No. 44922.

286 S.W.2d 833 (1956)

Peter G. DOUGLAS, Appellant, v. William W. THOMPSON, D.O., and Osteopathic Hospital, Respondents.

Supreme Court of Missouri, Division No. 1.

February 13, 1956.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Elwyn L. Cady, Jr., Columbia, Richard L. Moore, Kansas City, for appellant.

Sam Mandell, of Popham, Thompson, Popham, Mandell & Trusty, Kansas City, for respondent William W. Thompson.

Hilary Bush, of Johnson, Lucas, Bush & Gibson, Kansas City, for respondent Osteopathic Hospital.

HYDE, Judge.

Plaintiff's petition for $60,000 damages for personal injuries was dismissed without prejudice upon motion of defendant Thompson; and plaintiff has appealed.

The ground stated for dismissal was that the petition "fails to comply with the rules of court in that plaintiff's address is not stated therein." Defendant says this is not an appealable judgment, citing White v. Sievers, 359 Mo. 145, 221 S.W.2d 118, 123; and Sec. 512.020 (Statutory references...


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