No. 22947.

371 F.2d 788 (1967)

Clinton W. TYLER, Jr., Appellant, v. PEEL CORPORATION, Peihl Vankerhoof Corporation, and Peihl Corporation, Appellees.

United States Court of Appeals Fifth Circuit.

January 25, 1967.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Eugene M. Kerr, Starkey S. Flythe, Oliver K. Mixon, James B. Flythe, Augusta, Ga., and J. Clif Hatcher, for appellant.

E. D. Fulcher, Augusta, Ga., for appellees, Fulcher, Fulcher, Hagler, Harper & Reed, Augusta, Ga., of counsel.

Before TUTTLE, Chief Judge, and BROWN and GODBOLD, Circuit Judges.

JOHN R. BROWN, Circuit Judge:

The Georgia question here involved is the liability of the General Contractor of a building project to the Employee of a Subcontractor for injuries sustained by reason of the General Contractor's failure, after being warned, to remove certain high tension wires running through the construction site in which the Subcontractor's employees would be working. The District Court, by sustaining the General Contractor's motion to dismiss, F.R...


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