No. 109.

56 Wis.2d 231 (1972)

201 N.W.2d 745

THORESON, by Guardian ad litem, Plaintiff and Respondent: Buchelt, Plaintiff and Respondent and Cross Appellant, v. MILWAUKEE & SUBURBAN TRANSPORT CORPORATION, Defendant and Appellant and Cross Respondent.

Supreme Court of Wisconsin.

Decided November 9, 1972.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

For the appellant there were briefs by Kivett & Kasdorf, attorneys, and Harold A. Dall and James R. Gass of counsel, all of Milwaukee, and oral argument by Mr. Dall.

For the respondents there was a brief by Habush, Gillick, Habush, Davis & Murphy, attorneys, and Robert L. Habush of counsel, all of Milwaukee, and oral argument by Robert L. Habush.


Because of the number of errors assigned, they will be stated and discussed seriatim.

1. Jury instructions.

A. Right-of-way.

The transport company claims error in the court's refusal to give an instruction to the effect a statute requires every pedestrian crossing a roadway at any point other than within a marked crosswalk to yield the right-of-way to all vehicles on the roadway.1

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