Court of Appeals of Minnesota. Review Denied August 6,
Supreme Court of Arkansas. On October 4,the appellee George Curtis was struck by an automobile and injured as he was crossing a street in North Little Rock.
The automobile belonged to L. At the close of the plaintiff's case, Williams moved for a directed verdict as to him and the motion was denied by the trial court. Williams renewed his motion after he also testified as a witness called by the plaintiff-appellee.
He did not renew his motion for a directed verdict at the close of all the testimony but he did move for judgment notwithstanding the verdict.
The motions were denied by the trial court and judgment was entered as already stated. On appeal to this court Williams states the points he relies on as follows: The trial court erred in failing to direct a verdict for the appellant at the conclusion of the plaintiff's testimony.
The trial court abused its discretion when it allowed appellee to present further testimony from appellant purporting to establish agency between Sims' driver and appellant.
The trial court erred in failing to direct a judgment notwithstanding the verdict. The trial court erred in failing to admonish the jury to disregard the improper references to insurance when the court specifically advised appellant's counsel that he would do so when denying a motion for mistrial.
Sims operated an upholstery shop some distance from Williams' car lot where he was engaged in the business of installing and repairing automobile upholstery. Hall was employed full time by Sims and was assigned the duty of picking up automobiles from Sims' customers and returning them to the customers after Sims had finished with the upholstery work involved.
Williams was one of Sims' customers and on October 4,Sims had done some upholstery work on an automobile belonging to Williams and while Hall was in the process of driving the automobile back to Williams' car lot, the automobile struck and injured the appellee Curtis.
Johnny Foster, a police officer who investigated the accident, was first called as a witness by the plaintiff-appellee Curtis. He testified as to his investigation of the accident but his testimony contributed nothing to the points here involved. Curtis next testified in his own behalf but he only gave his version of how the accident occurred and described his injuries.
Roy Spann was next called as a witness by the appellee-plaintiff. He said he was driving his automobile immediately behind the automobile that struck Mr.
Curtis and that he saw the automobile strike Curtis. He then testified as to his version of what occurred. The deposition of Dr.
Thomas Rooney was next read into evidence, having to do only with the nature and extent of Mr. The defendant Hall was then called as a witness by the plaintiff-appellee Curtis. He testified that he was employed by Sims Upholstering in the capacity of delivering cars.
He said that on the day in question he was driving an automobile owned by Westside Motors and was on his way to deliver the automobile back to Westside Motors when the automobile struck Mr.
He testified that he had previously picked up automobiles and returned them to Mr.
Williams would merely point out the automobile to be worked on by Sims and he would drive it to Sims' shop and then return it. Williams did not give him any directions at all regarding the speed or routes over which he was to drive the automobile.
He said that if Mr. Williams had given him such directions, he would have attempted to carry them out because he knew the automobiles belonged to Williams.
Hall testified that he had been working for Sims Upholstery for about four or five months and restated that on previous occasions he had picked up and delivered automobiles to Westside Motors for Mr. He said that Mr. Williams had never given him any instructions in regard to driving the automobiles.
He said that he would have to see Mr. Williams to find out which automobile he was to pick up and deliver to Sims Upholstery.
He said that on some occasions Sims Upholstery would have one of Williams' automobiles working on it and that when he would deliver that automobile back to Williams, he would pick up another one.Is Curtis Lee Williams involved in a court case or lawsuit? Find Curtis Lee Williams's judgements, tax liens, lawsuit records, eviction records, divorce records, family records along with other publicly available court case records!
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