Claude Borowski v. Robert P. Rupert B/N/F

1972.IN.30162; 281 N.E.2D 502; 152 IND. APP. 9

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This is an appeal from the granting of a new trial on the sole and limited issue of damages subject to additur in the sum of $2,500.00. Robert P. Rupert, age eleven years, was a passenger on a Honda motorcycle traveling in a southerly direction on Michigan Road in St. Joseph County, Indiana. Claude Borowski was traveling in a northerly direction on Michigan Road and turned west at the intersection of Michigan Road and Ireland Road. His automobile crossed the center line and collided with the motorcycle upon which Robert P. Rupert was a passenger. The jury returned a verdict for Robert P. Rupert and awarded him damages in the amount of $500.00. Robert P. Rupert filed a motion to correct errors based upon the inadequacy of the damages granted by the jury. The trial court granted a new trial on the single issue of damages or in the alternative, an additur which provided that Claude Borowski could pay an additional $2,500.00 which would make the total award of damages to Robert P. Rupert $3,000.00. Claude Borowski is appealing from this order of the trial court granting a new trial on the

GENRE
Professional & Technical
RELEASED
1972
25 April
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
20
Pages
PUBLISHER
LawApp Publishers
SIZE
69
KB

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