No. 9020.

112 So.2d 125 (1959)

William W. UPSHAW, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. GREAT AMERICAN INDEMNITY COMPANY, Defendant-Appellant, Confederate Memorial Medical Center, Intervenor-Appellee.

Court of Appeal of Louisiana, Second Circuit.

May 4, 1959.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Morgan, Baker, Skeels, Middleton & Coleman, Shreveport, for appellant.

Bethard & Bethard, Coushatta, for appellee.

Nesib Nader, Shreveport, for intervenor.


This suit presents a tort claim by a guest injured in an automobile which was owned and operated by James A. Coffey. The latter's liability insurer, the sole defendant, opposes recovery primarily on a plea of contributory negligence. After a trial a judgment was rendered for the plaintiff and recognizing, inter alia, a claim of $169.92 by the Confederate Memorial Hospital for medical services. The insurer has appealed from the decree and appellee has...

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