Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Gray, Cary, Ames & Driscoll, J. G. Driscoll, Jr., and Burton D. Wood, all of San Diego, Cal., for appellant.
Forgy, Reinhaus & Forgy, of Santa Ana, Cal., for appellee Groover.
Benjamin Lewis, of Los Angeles, Cal., for appellee McDandel.
Rorick & Cottingham, of Oceanside, Cal., and Wright, Monroe, Harden & Thomas and Clarence Harden, all of San Diego, Cal., for appellees Hutchins et al.
Before GARRECHT, MATHEWS, and HANEY, Circuit Judges.
Circuit Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit.
HANEY, Circuit Judge.
This appeal questions the validity of judgments entered in favor of appellees in actions brought by them to recover for personal injuries sustained in an automobile accident in which appellant's chauffeur was operating appellant's automobile.
Lynch was employed by appellant as a chauffeur on February 20, 1938, and was instructed that he was not to use appellant's automobile for his personal use, and not to get drunk. On April 10, 1938...
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