Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
For the appellant there were briefs by Doar & Knowles of New Richmond, and oral argument by John Doar and Warren P. Knowles III. For the respondents there was a brief by Robert L. Grindell of Frederic, attorney, and Adolph P. Lehner of Oconto Falls of counsel, and oral argument by Mr. Grindell.
Supreme Court of Wisconsin.
Defendant Grything contends that the court erred in refusing to change the answer to the question inquiring as to his lookout from "Yes" to "No." As appears from the foregoing statement of facts he saw everything ahead of him which in the exercise of ordinary care he was required to see. He saw the parked car, the man leaving it, and the car approaching from the south. Plaintiffs contend, however, that the jury was warranted in finding him causally negligent...
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