No. 682 (1974).

72 Wis.2d 252 (1976)

240 N.W.2d 182

SCHATTSCHNEIDER, Plaintiff, v. MILWAUKEE & SUBURBAN TRANSPORT CORPORATION, Defendant and Third-Party Plaintiff-Appellant: CITY OF MILWAUKEE, Third-Party Defendant-Respondent.

Supreme Court of Wisconsin.

Decided April 7, 1976.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

For the defendant-appellant there were briefs by Nonald J. Lewis, John A. Torreano and Kasdorf, Dall, Lewis & Swietlik of Milwaukee, and oral argument by Nonald J. Lewis.

For the defendant-respondent there was a brief by James B. Brennan, city attorney, and Charles R. Theis, assistant city attorney, and oral argument by Mr. Theis.


Upon the facts set forth, was there a question for the jury to answer as to breach of a duty owed by the city to the plaintiff passenger on the bus? The standard of care devolving upon the city and the factors to be considered in applying such standard are alike set forth in the recent decision of this court in Kobelinski v. Milwaukee & Suburban Transport Corp.1

That standard of care is that: "Generally...

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