No. 3861.

265 So.2d 787 (1972)

Frank J. DUPLECHIN, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS COMPANY et al., Defendant-Appellant.

Court of Appeal of Louisiana, Third Circuit.

Rehearing Denied September 13, 1972.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Holt & Woodley by Edmund E. Woodley, Lake Charles, for defendant-appellant.

Maurice L. Tynes, Camp, Carmouche, Palmer, Carwile & Barsh by Harry E. Barsh, Jr., Lake Charles, for plaintiff-appellee.

Plauché, Smith & Hebert by James R. Nieset, Stockwell, St. Dizier, Sievert & Viccellio by Fred H. Sievert, Jr., McHale & Bufkin, by Louis D. Bufkin, Lake Charles, for defendants-appellees.


SAVOY, Judge.

Plaintiff, Frank J. Duplechin, filed this suit in tort, seeking damages for personal injuries arising from an explosion which occurred October 10, 1968, on the premises of Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company (hereinafter called PPG) in Calcasieu Parish. Suit was brought against PPG; Travelers Insurance Company, as liability insurer of PPG; Robert E. Baker, William L. Smith, Jr., Theodore C. Sachs, Ben F. Spalding, Clifford R. Stacy, Alvin T. Raetzsch, Dewey...

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