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New York Life Ins. Co. v. Dyller

CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS, THIRD CIRCUIT


January 10, 1931

NEW YORK LIFE INS. CO., APPELLANT,
v.
ANNA DYLLER, APPELLEE

Appeal from the District Court of the United States for the District of New Jersey; William Clark, Judge.

Author: Buffington

Before BUFFINGTON, WOOLLEY, and DAVIS, Circuit Judges.

BUFFINGTON, Circuit Judge.

In this case the insurance company conceded its liability for the death of the deceased, but denied liability for double indemnity in case death resulted from accident. The issue before the jury narrowed to the question whether the deceased committed suicide by driving his automobile over a precipice, and the question on this appeal is whether the trial court erred in refusing to give binding instructions to the jury to find for the company. No principle of law is involved, and the case turns on its own particular proofs. After a careful study of such proofs by each Judge singly and a full discussion at conference, the court is of opinion the proofs were such that the issue involved had to be submitted to the jury.

Accordingly, the judgment below is affirmed.

19310110

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