Bell v. Driskill
In Bell v. Driskill, 282 Ala. 640, 213 So. 2d 806 (1968) the Court held that when the effect of an injury to a scheduled member:
"extends to other parts of the body, and produces a greater or more prolonged incapacity than that which naturally results from the specific injury, or the injury causes an abnormal and unusual incapacity with respect to the member, then the employee is not limited in his recovery under the Workmen's Compensation Law to the amount allowed under the schedule for injury to the one member." 282 Ala. at 646, 213 So. 2d at 811.