396 Pa.Super. 41 (1990)

578 A.2d 13

Charles L. WESCHLER and Ruth Weschler, His Wife, Appellant, v. Patricia L. CARROLL, Administratrix of the Estate of Francis B. Carroll, A/K/A F. Bonner Carroll, Appellee.

Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.

Decided July 11, 1990.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

John E. Quinn, Pittsburgh, for appellant.

F.W. Bode III, Pittsburgh, for appellee.


KELLY, Judge:

In this appeal we are called upon to determine whether the trial court properly precluded the appellant-husband's testimony under the provisions of the Dead Man's Act (42 Pa.C.S.A. § 5930) as to the facts surrounding an alleged accident in which there were no witnesses other than the appellant-husband and the decedent, when the appellants sought only to recover against the decedent's automobile

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