22 Wis.2d 325 (1964)

IDE (Hollis) and another, Executors, Respondents, v. WAMSER and another, Appellants.

Supreme Court of Wisconsin.

February 4, 1964.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

For the appellants there was a brief and oral argument by John W. Emmerling of Milwaukee.

For the respondents Hollis E. Ide and Russell Johnson there was a brief by Mount & Keck of Milwaukee, and oral argument by John A. Keck.

For the respondent Guy Henry Ide there was a brief by Bernstein, Wessel, Weitzen & Lewis, attorneys, and Samuel Weitzen of counsel, all of Milwaukee, and oral argument by Samuel Weitzen.


Negligence as a Matter of Law.

Upon defendant Wamser's appeal we are urged to hold that Guy Ide was at least 50 percent negligent by reason of his defective lookout and his failure to yield the right-of-way. In support of this contention, the defendant Wamser points to our recent decision in Schlueter v. Grady (1963), 20 Wis.2d 546, 123 N.W.2d 458, where we held that one entering upon an arterial...


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