No. 721 (1974).

72 Wis.2d 151 (1976)

240 N.W.2d 165

CRAWFORD and wife, Respondents, v. DICKMAN and others, Appellants: LOSHBOUGH and others, Defendants.

Supreme Court of Wisconsin.

Decided April 7, 1976.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

For the appellants the cause was submitted on the briefs of Prosser, Wiedabach, Lane & Quale, S. C. of Milwaukee.

For the respondents the cause was submitted on the brief of Howard A. Davis, Jean Seaburg and Habush, Gillick, Habush, Davis & Murphy of Milwaukee.


This appeal poses the question of whether the plaintiffs, Kenneth Crawford and Marcia Crawford, sufficiently alleged that Jerome W. Dickman and John Dickman, officers of Kenneth Crawford's corporate employer, were acting as coemployees and, hence, were not insulated from suit as the employers and could be subject to an action for negligence as the result of an employment injury. The trial judge concluded that the allegations were sufficient and overruled...

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