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Paaske v. Perfex Corporation

WI.183 , 129 N.W.2d 198, 2d 485 (1964)(24 Wis)

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Action for personal injuries commenced on December 8, 1961, by the plaintiff-appellant, Justin F. Paaske, against defendant-respondent,
Perfex Corporation. The complaint alleged that the plaintiff, a bricklayer, was injured when he fell from a scaffold while
constructing a wall on the Perfex premises; that the fall was caused by the negligence of Perfex in placing beams which protruded
beyond the building wall, in maintaining a place of employment in an unsafe condition for people to work, and in failing to
maintain said building in as safe a condition as the nature of the building would permit. Paaske prayed for damages in the
sum of $150,000. Perfex's answer denied that it maintained the premises in a state of disrepair, and denied that it was a place of employment
insofar as the plaintiff was concerned. The answer also set up an affirmative defense based upon the plaintiff's failure to
exercise due care for his own safety.

Paaske v. Perfex Corporation
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  • Category: Law
  • Published: Jun 30, 1964
  • Publisher: LawApp Publishers
  • Seller: Innodata Book Distribution Services Inc
  • Print Length: 6 Pages
  • Language: English
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