Civ. No. 64-72.

252 F.Supp. 948 (1966)

Mary E. PHILLIPS, Plaintiff, v. Alma V. TRAME, Defendant, United States of America, Intervenor.

United States District Court E. D. Illinois.

March 25, 1966.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Ray Freeark, Jr., Belleville, Ill., for plaintiff.

John Bauman, Belleville, Ill., for defendant.

Carl W. Feickert, East St. Louis, Ill., for intervenor.

JUERGENS, Chief Judge.

This action was instituted by Mary E. Phillips against Alma V. Trame to recover damages for personal injuries suffered in an automobile accident. The United States, pursuant to leave of Court, filed its complaint in intervention to assert a claim under the Federal Medical Care Recovery Act, 42 U.S.C. §§ 2651-2653, for the reasonable value of hospital and medical care and treatment furnished plaintiff by the United States. Plaintiff...


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