No. 50189.

232 So.2d 495 (1970)

255 La. 735

Gerald J. TALLEY v. Ernest H. FRIEDMAN et al.

Supreme Court of Louisiana.

Rehearing Denied March 30, 1970.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

J. Minos Simon, Ronald E. Dauterive, Lafayette, for appellants.

Norman L. Sisson, Robert J. Jones, Robert L. Roshto, Baton Rouge, Mouton, Champagne & Colomb, Welton P. Mouton, Jr., Lafayette, for appellee.

HAMITER, Justice.

In this tort action Gerald J. Talley seeks to recover for injuries allegedly sustained by him in an accident involving the automobile he was driving and a car operated by Lydia G. Friedman which was owned by her husband Ernest H. Friedman.

Named defendants were the Friedmans and the liability insurer of their vehicle, the Government Employees Insurance Company.

In his petition plaintiff prayed for and obtained an order for a trial...


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