MULLINS v. BAKER

No. 10933.

107 S.E.2d 57 (1959)

Hollis MULLINS v. J. C. BAKER et al.

Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia.

Decided February 17, 1959.


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

R. A. Clapperton, Summersville, for plaintiffs in error.

Wolverton & Callaghan, Barber & Dunn, Richwood, for defendant in error.


BERRY, Judge.

This is an action of trespass on the case instituted by Hollis Mullins, against J. C. Baker, John Paul Baker and George Baker, doing business as J. C. Baker & Sons, in the Circuit Court of Nicholas County, West Virginia, wherein Mullins sought damages for the destruction of business buildings, merchandise, fixtures and loss of profits as a result of a fire alleged to have been caused by the negligence of Kenneth Lamb, an employee or agent of the...

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