Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
William H. DeParcq, Donald T. Barbeau, Chester D. Johnson, and Robert N. Stone, for appellant.
Charles A. Sawyer, City Attorney, and D.J. Shama, Assistant City Attorney, for respondent City of Minneapolis.
Ralph T. Lilly, for respondent Standard Oil Company.
Durham, Swanson & Lasley, for respondent Paffel.
Supreme Court of Minnesota.
This appeal involves an action by the plaintiff, Elva Mae Brittain, for personal injuries suffered on April 8, 1954, when she allegedly tripped and fell because of a depression in a public sidewalk of the defendant city of Minneapolis. It is the claim of the plaintiff that the depression of the sidewalk had created an abrupt change in the level of about one and one-half to two inches between the sidewalk and an adjacent paved driveway crossing the...
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