RICO v. TEXAS AND NEW ORLEANS RAILROAD COMPANY

No. 343.

140 So.2d 198 (1962)

Manuel RICO, and Motors Insurance Corporation v. TEXAS AND NEW ORLEANS RAILROAD COMPANY et al.

Court of Appeal of Louisiana, Fourth Circuit.

As Amended April 10, 1962.

Rehearing Denied May 7, 1962.

Certiorari Denied June 15, 1962.


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

William J. Daly, New Orleans, for plaintiff-appellant.

John E. Fleury, Gretna, for defendant-appellee.

Before REGAN, YARRUT and JOHNSON, JJ.


JOHNSON, Judge.

The plaintiff, Manuel Rico, and his collision damage insurer sued the Texas & New Orleans Railroad Co., for personal injuries to plaintiff, Manuel Rico, and for automobile property damage. The suit was dismissed and the plaintiffs have appealed.

The locale of the accident was in Jefferson Parish on Fourth Street in the Town of Harvey, Louisiana. Fourth Street parallels the Mississippi River on the West side. Between the highway and the...

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