No. 39139.

220 N.W.2d 378 (1974)

192 Neb. 298

Beverly J. HALE, Appellant, v. Harold TAYLOR, Appellee.

Supreme Court of Nebraska.

July 18, 1974.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Richard D. Myers of Matthews, Kelley, Cannon & Carpenter, P. C., Omaha, for appellant.

Wayne J. Mark of Fraser, Stryker, Veach, Vaughn & Meusey, P. C., Omaha, for appellee.

Heard before WHITE, C. J., SPENCER, BOSLAUGH, McCOWN, NEWTON, and CLINTON, JJ., and ZEILINGER, District Judge.

ZEILINGER, District Judge.

Plaintiff brought suit for personal injuries allegedly sustained as a result of defendant's negligent operation of a motor vehicle. Defendant moved for a summary judgment contending that plaintiff was a guest passenger within the meaning of section 39-740, R.R.S.1943, and that, there fore, defendant was entitled to judgment as a matter of law. The District Court held that as a matter of law plaintiff was a guest passenger and could not recover...


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