No. 152.

56 Wis.2d 129 (1972)

201 N.W.2d 580

REDEPENNING and wife, Respondents, v. DORE and others, Appellants: AMERICAN FAMILY INSURANCE COMPANY, Third-Party Defendant.

Supreme Court of Wisconsin.

Decided October 31, 1972.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

For the appellants there was a brief by Stafford, Rosenbaum, Rieser & Hansen and Richard A. Hollern, all of Madison, and oral argument by Mr. Hollern.

For the respondents there was a brief and oral argument by William E. Johnson of Madison.


The defendants-appellants contend:

1. The verdict should be set aside and a new trial granted because (a) the verdict is contrary to the evidence; (b) the verdict is perverse as a result of passion and prejudice; and (c) it is required in the interest of justice.

2. The jury awards in several questions on damages are excessive and should be reduced with an option of a new trial to plaintiffs-respondents.

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