Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Zane B. Johnson, for appellant.
Stuart K. Nielsen and Martin, Shorts & Bever, for respondent.
The Supreme Court of Washington, Department Two.
We are here concerned with an automobile collision that occurred shortly after a right turn made onto an arterial highway.
The principal question presented is whether the trial court, under the facts in this case, should have applied, as a matter of law, the rules applicable to intersection collisions (RCW 46.60.170) and thus should have held the disfavored driver to have been contributorily negligent. The trial court's answer, properly given, we...
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