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Brodsky v. Red Raven Rubber Co.

Decided: September 27, 1933.

MAX BRODSKY, PLAINTIFF-RESPONDENT,
v.
RED RAVEN RUBBER COMPANY, A NEW JERSEY CORPORATION, AND WILLIAM OWEN, DEFENDANTS-APPELLANTS



On appeal from the Supreme Court.

For the appellants, T. Harry Rowland.

For the respondent, Martin J. Greenblatt.

Wells

The opinion of the court was delivered by

WELLS, J. This is defendants' appeal from a judgment entered upon the verdict of a jury in favor of the plaintiff at the Salem Circuit.

It was an accident case arising out of a collision at a street intersection in the city of Newark, between plaintiff's automobile and the automobile owned by the defendant, Red Raven Rubber Company, and operated by the defendant William Owen.

The plaintiff brought the suit to recover damages to his automobile and merchandise contained therein and damages for injuries to his person, and the expenses incident thereto, as a result of the collision.

The jury rendered a verdict of $1,800 in favor of the plaintiff; whereupon a rule to show cause why the verdict should not be set aside and a new trial granted was allowed to the defendants and argued before the trial court, who considered the application and discharged the rule.

The appellants originally filed a paper entitled "Notice of Appeal and Grounds," setting forth two grounds of appeal, to wit:

1. Because the court erred in the charge to the jury, the same being contrary to law.

2. Because the court erred in the admission and rejection of evidence.

Subsequently the appellants filed another paper entitled "Additional Grounds ...


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