No. 5-1756.

321 S.W.2d 743 (1959)

Harry L. MALONE, Appellant, v. J. R. RILEY, Appellee.

Supreme Court of Arkansas.

March 16, 1959.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

M. V. Moody and Joseph Brooks, Little Rock, for appellant.

Wright, Harrison, Lindsey & Upton and Ronald A. May, Little Rock, for appellee.

McFADDIN, Justice.

Malone, a pedestrian, was struck by Riley's car at a street intersection in Little Rock. Malone filed action for damages; and from the jury verdict in favor of Riley, Malone brings this appeal, urging the points now to be discussed:

I. Malone says: "The Court erred in refusing plaintiff's attorney the right to seek out through questioning any and all persons on the jury, insured with any mutual benefit company where premiums were determined...

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