FONDER, and others, Plaintiffs-Respondents,
AAA MOBILE HOMES, INC., and another, Defendants and Third-Party Plaintiffs-Appellants:
WICK BUILDING SYSTEMS, INC., Third-Party Defendant-Respondent.
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Argued September 6, 1977.
Decided October 4, 1977.
Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
For the appellants there was a brief by Patrick L. Crooks and Crooks, Crooks & Low, and oral argument by Patrick L. Crooks, all of Wausau.
For third-party defendant-respondent there was a brief by H. P. Klueter and Terwilliger, Wakeen, Piehler, Conway & Klingberg, S.C., and oral argument by H. P. Klueter, all of Wausau.
Supreme Court of Wisconsin.
BEILFUSS, C. J.
The issues are (1) whether there is credible evidence to support the apportionment of causal negligence between AAA and Wick, and (2) whether the contribution apportionment was grossly disproportionate.
The principal action is for damages for loss of a mobile home destroyed by fire caused by a defect in the electrical wiring.
The mobile home was constructed by Wick at Spencer, Wisconsin. It was sold to AAA in April, 1971. After being...
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