Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Hamilton O'Dunne, with whom was Patrick A. O'Doherty on the brief, for appellant.
Samuel Blibaum, with whom was Samuel S. Schenker on the brief, for appellee.
The cause was argued before MURPHY, C.J., and BARNES, SINGLEY, SMITH, DIGGES, LEVINE and ELDRIDGE, JJ.
Court of Appeals of Maryland.
LEVINE, J., delivered the opinion of the Court.
In this appeal, Mass Transit Administration (MTA) seeks to overturn a judgment of the Court of Special Appeals. Appellee, Willoris Miller, had sued MTA in the Superior Court of Baltimore City for damages for personal injury alleged to have been sustained while boarding one of MTA's buses on May 25, 1971. At the conclusion of all the evidence, the trial court granted MTA's motion for a directed verdict. On appeal, the...
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