Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
John A. Beck (on both arguments), with whom was Robert E. Wigginton on the brief, for appellant.
Ferdinand J. Mack (on both arguments), with whom were Arthur J. Hilland, James E. Hogan and Paul J. Bailey on the brief, for appellee.
The cause was argued on March 3, 1965 before PRESCOTT, C.J., and HORNEY, SYBERT, OPPENHEIMER and BARNES, JJ., and reargued on June 2, 1965 before PRESCOTT, C.J., and HAMMOND, HORNEY, MARBURY, SYBERT, OPPENHEIMER and BARNES, JJ.
Court of Appeals of Maryland.
PRESCOTT, C.J., delivered the majority opinion of the Court. HORNEY, OPPENHEIMER and BARNES, JJ., dissent. Dissenting opinion by HORNEY, J., at page 492 infra.
In this tort action brought by Rudolph W. Blanchard (plaintiff-appellee) against the Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative, Inc. (defendant-appellant) for the injuries he sustained when a television antenna he was holding came in contact with an uninsulated electric wire belonging to the cooperative...
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