Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
For the appellant there was a brief by Vaudreuil & Vaudreuil of Kenosha, and oral argument by Leo E. Vaudreuil.
For the respondent there was a brief by Phillips & Richards of Kenosha, and oral argument by Charles J. Richards.
Supreme Court of Wisconsin.
The defendant contends his motion for a directed verdict should have been granted because Grana's negligence was equal to or greater than his and the verdict is not inconsistent.
We consider upon the evidence the trial court did not err in denying the defendant's motion to direct the verdict. A question of fact for the jury on the apportionment of the negligence was presented. On the day of the accident, the weather was clear and Highway EZ, having...
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