No. 137.

56 Wis.2d 752 (1973)

203 N.W.2d 34

SMITH, Appellant, v. ST. PAUL FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY and another, Respondents.

Supreme Court of Wisconsin.

Decided January 3, 1973.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

For the appellant there was a brief by Steele, Smyth, Klos & Flynn of La Crosse and oral argument by Marvin H. Davis of La Crosse.

For the respondents there was a brief by Leon E. Sheehan and Moen, Sheehan & Meyer, all of La Crosse, and oral argument by Leon E. Sheehan.


Plaintiff seeks a new trial on the following grounds:

1. The apportionment of negligence is contrary to the evidence.

2. The trial court erred in refusing to instruct the jury that the driver of a car approaching an intersection regulated by a flashing red light has a greater duty of lookout than a driver approaching a flashing yellow light.

3. The jury award of $2,000 for pain, suffering and disability was inadequate.


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