Nos. 73-1418, 73-1369.

514 F.2d 1196 (1975)

Mrs. R. Cattier CUTTEN, also known as Mrs. Ruth L. Cutten, Appellee, v. ALLIED VAN LINES, INC., a corporation, Appellant. Mrs. R. Cattier CUTTEN, also known as Mrs. Ruth L. Cutten, Appellee, v. MORGAN AND BROTHER MANHATTAN STORAGE COMPANY, INC., a corporation, Appellant.

United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit.

March 28, 1975.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Mark C. Kane, argued, Los Angeles, Cal., for Morgan & Brother Manhattan Storage Co.

F. Phillip Hosp, argued, Los Angeles, Cal., for Allied Van Lines.

Robert H. Edwards (argued), Los Angeles, Cal., for appellee.

Before BARNES, TRASK, and GOODWIN, Circuit Judges.



In this diversity action for damages for loss of and injury to household goods during interstate shipment, the warehouseman (Morgan) and the motor carrier (Allied) appeal a judgment holding them jointly and severally liable to the owner of the goods. We affirm.

Ruth Cutten stored her household goods with defendant Morgan in New York City pending her further order. In due course, she called Morgan and requested shipment to her...

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