Vaccarezza V. Sanguinetti
First Appellate District, Division One District Court Of Appeal Of California
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The two Sanguinetti defendants, under the name G. B. Celli Company, a copartnership, are retailers of foodstuff, including salami and coppe, in San Francisco. Defendant Parducci, together with five other persons named as defendants, under the name San Francisco Sausage Factory, a copartnership, are wholesalers and manufacturers of sausage, including salami and coppe, in San Francisco. The action was instituted by plaintiffs, husband and wife, to recover damages for injuries to their two minor children and to the wife alleged to have been caused by becoming ill with trichinosis from eating infected salami and coppe sold to them by the G. B. Celli Company and manufactured by the San Francisco Sausage Factory. The trial court found in favor of plaintiffs and entered judgment against both sets of defendants, and, on the cross-complaint of the retailer, entered judgment for them against the manufacturer for any amount the plaintiffs might collect from the retailer. From this judgment both sets of defendants separately appeal, their main contention being that the basic findings are unsupported by any substantial evidence.
- Category: Law
- Published: Nov 19, 1945
- Publisher: LawApp Publishers
- Seller: Innodata Book Distribution Services Inc
- Print Length: 25 Pages
- Language: English