Leonard L. Downing v. Uniroyal

TX.40219; 451 S.W.2d 279 (1970)

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Beschreibung des Verlags

Appellant Leonard L. Downing sued appellees Uniroyal, Inc. and Charles E. Davis for damages for personal injuries and for property damage resulting from a collision of motor vehicles. Downing, driving a pickup truck, had stopped at a street intersection facing a red traffic signal. Davis, an employee of Uniroyal, Inc., while in the course of his employment drove a Plymouth sedan into the rear of Downing's pickup truck. The collision occurred on April 10, 1967. A jury found negligence and proximate cause issues against appellees. Property damage was found by the jury in the amount of $161.98. But as to the personal injury damage issue the only award was for past medical, hospital and doctors' bills in the amount of $12.00. With reference to all other elements of the personal injury damage issue the jury made findings to the effect that appellant had sustained no damage whatever.1

GENRE
Gewerbe und Technik
ERSCHIENEN
1970
13. Februar
SPRACHE
EN
Englisch
UMFANG
9
Seiten
VERLAG
LawApp Publishers
GRÖSSE
55.5
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