321 S.W.2d 553 (1958)

Charlie NORTON v. Arnold HALL dba Hall Coal Company and Eureka Casualty Company.

Supreme Court of Tennessee.

Rehearing Denied January 23, 1959.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Green, Webb & McCampbell, Knoxville, and G. Howard Nevils, Tazewell, for appellant.

William J. Turnblazer, Middlesboro, Ky., for appellee.

PREWITT, Justice.

The only question involved in this case is whether or not the Eureka Casualty Company is liable to the petitioner, Charlie Norton by virtue of the "Voluntary Plan For Granting Coverage to Uninsured Underground Coal Mine Risks Kentucky and Tennessee."

The trial court held that the Casualty Company was liable as it had entered into an agreement with other insurance companies to insure uninsured underground risks.

This written agreement...

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