Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
For the appellants (third-party plaintiffs) there was a brief by Lontkowski & Lontkowski of Green Bay, and oral argument by Edward C. Lontkowski.
For the respondents (third-party defendants) there was a brief by Cornelisen, Denissen, Kranzush, Kuehn & Condon, attorneys, and David J. Condon of counsel, all of Green Bay, and oral argument by David J. Condon.
Supreme Court of Wisconsin.
CONNOR T. HANSEN, J.
The issue presented is whether the third-party complaint alleging the parents to be causally negligent in failing to properly instruct a six-year-old child in how to leave a school bus and cross a highway states facts sufficient to constitute a cause of action for contribution to the child's claim for damages.
In Goller v. White (1963), 20 Wis.2d 402, 413, 122 N.W.2d 193, this court abrogated...
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