Fannie Feuerstein v. Joseph Grady
1933.NH.77, 169 A. 622, 86 N.H. 406
Court of Appeals of New York
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On April 2, 1930, about 7:30 P. M., the plaintiff, accompanied by her nine year old daughter, walked south on the easterly sidewalk of Beech street, in Manchester, to the intersection of that street with Lake avenue. When she arrived at the curb she looked east and west on Lake avenue and then started to cross to the south-easterly corner of the intersection. When part way across Lake avenue her attention was attracted by an automobile, headed north on Beech street. This car had come to rest at a "stop" sign erected on that street at a point on the easterly side thereof, a few feet south of the intersection. The plaintiff stopped, permitting that car to enter the intersection, and pass is front of her as it turned and proceeded east on Lake avenue. Almost immediately thereafter she was struck and rendered unconscious by an automobile operated by the defendant, Grady, in which the defendant, Leonard, the owner, was riding.
- CHF 1.00
- Kategorie: Rechtswesen
- Erschienen: 05.12.1933
- Verlag: LawApp Publishers
- Druckseiten: 7 Seiten
- Sprache: Englisch