Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
C. S. Landrum, C. E. Rice, Jr., Lexington, J. C. Baker, Harlan, Henry L. Bryant, Pineville, for appellant.
J. B. Johnson, Harlan, for appellee.
Court of Appeals of Kentucky.
The judgment is for $5,000 damages for personal injuries sustained by the appellee, Mrs. Opal Burton Blevins, when her automobile was struck by a locomotive of the L. & N. Railroad Company. The appellant's argument that the court erred in not directing a verdict in its favor rests upon the grounds (1) that the plaintiff was a trespasser or a bare licensee, and (2) that she was guilty of contributory negligence as a matter of law. Other grounds...
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