No. 55865.

482 S.W.2d 439 (1972)

Dorothy MARSHALL, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. James Edward BOBBITT, Defendant-Respondent, Thomas J. Cavanaugh, Administrator of Estate of John Marshall, Deceased, Defendant-Appellant.

Supreme Court of Missouri, Division No. 2.

July 17, 1972.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Padberg, Raack, McSweeney & Slater, Godfrey P. Padberg, Spitznagel & Todt, Charles P. Todt, St. Louis, for appellant.

Murphy & Kortenhof, Edward E. Murphy, Jr., St. Louis, for respondent, James Edward Bobbitt.

HOUSER, Commissioner.

Dorothy Marshall brought this action for damages for personal injuries against James Edward Bobbitt and the Administrator of the Estate of John S. Marshall, Deceased, arising out of a collision between a pickup truck in which she was riding as a passenger, driven by her husband John, and a Dodge automobile driven by Bobbitt. The cause was submitted against defendant Bobbitt under an instruction directing a verdict for plaintiff upon belief that...


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