No. 679 (1974).

72 Wis.2d 625 (1976)

241 N.W.2d 619

MUHICH, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. FAMILY FINANCE CORPORATION, Defendant-Respondent.

Supreme Court of Wisconsin.

Decided May 14, 1976.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

For the appellant there was a brief and oral argument by S. A. Schapiro of Milwaukee.

For the respondent there was a brief by Colman & Goldstein, attorneys, and deVries, Vlasak & Schallert, S. C. of counsel, and oral argument by Roger H. Weede, all of Milwaukee.


The judgment appealed from results from nonsuit of a cause of action for intentional infliction of emotional harm.

On September 10, 1969, plaintiff Anna Muhich, age 63, cosigned a note executed by a neighbor, Mr. Paul Perkins, who borrowed money from Family Finance Corporation ("FFC") in the principal amount of $3,432.12. Mrs. Muhich cosigned the note as a favor to Mr. Perkins. At the time the note was executed, Mrs. Muhich also executed a separate...

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