J. C. anderson v. Collin Emmett Moore
1969.TX.41338; 448 S.W.2D 105, 13 TEX. SUP. J. 109
Court of Criminal Appeals of Texas
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In this suit by J. C. Anderson against Collin Emmett Moore, Jr. and Billy Self and his wife for damages suffered as a result of an automobile collision, in which there was a settlement and a severance as to Self and wife, the trial court instructed a verdict in favor of defendant, Moore, and, as to such defendant, rendered judgment that plaintiff take nothing, and that Moore take nothing in a third-party action for indemnity or contribution against Self. Anderson appealed. The Court of Civil Appeals affirmed. 442 S.W.2d 425. We reverse the judgments of the courts below and remand the cause to the trial court for trial.