Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
For the appellants there was a brief by Curley & Sheedy of Milwaukee, and oral argument by Patrick J. Sheedy.
For the respondents there was a brief and oral argument by Charles Saggio of Milwaukee.
Supreme Court of Wisconsin.
Appellants contend that as a matter of law (1) the negligence of Henschel was at least equal to that of Jungbluth, and (2) Henschel's negligence with respect to lookout was a cause of the accident; and that therefore the trial court erred in not granting the defendants' motions after verdict directed to the jury's findings on those matters. We find no error, and therefore affirm.
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