Civil Action. On application by plaintiffs for order to compel payment from Unsatisfied Claim and Judgment Fund.
Mills, J.c.c. (temporarily assigned).
The plaintiff, Beverly Trevorrow, alleged that on April 5, 1957 she was lawfully upon Blackwell Street, Dover, New Jersey, as a pedestrian, when the defendant Boyer, negligently operating his motor vehicle, struck her causing injury. At that time she was an infant over the age of 14 years and a senior in high school.
On July 8, 1957 her father, Philip R. Trevorrow, filed a complaint as her guardian ad litem , and as an individual against the defendant Boyer, seeking damages for the infant plaintiff and himself for resulting consequential damages.
Thereafter, chronologically, the following events material to this injury are as follows:
August 8, 1957 Copy of complaint and letter filed with
Unsatisfied Claim and Judgment Fund
Board (hereafter called the "Board").
September 19, 1957 Formal notice of claim filed with the
September 26, 1957 Formal notice of claim received by the
December 23, 1957 Guardian ad litem ...