246 S.C. 429 (1965)

144 S.E.2d 151

Daniel P. HICKS, Respondent, v. Marvin Doll HERRING, Appellant.

Supreme Court of South Carolina.

September 16, 1965.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Messrs. Willcox, Hardee, Houck, Palmer & O'Farrell, of Florence, for Appellant.

Messrs. Gasque, Seals & Gasque, of Marion, for Respondent.

September 16, 1965.


The plaintiff, Daniel P. Hicks, sustained serious and painful injuries while riding as a guest passenger in an automobile owned and operated by the defendant, Marvin Doll Herring, and brought this action for damages. The jury found for plaintiff $2,000.00 actual damages and $7,500.00 punitive damages and defendant has appealed. Plaintiff has adopted defendant's statement of the questions involved as follows:

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