Decided: February 19, 1968.
PATRICK BRENNAN, BRIAN BRENNAN AND SEAN BRENNAN, INFANTS BY THEIR GUARDIAN AD LITEM, MONICA BRENNAN, MONICA BRENNAN, INDIVIDUALLY AND JOHN T. BRENNAN, PLAINTIFFS-APPELLANTS,
HENRY BIBER AND HENRY STOCKHAMMER, DEFENDANTS-RESPONDENTS
Sullivan, Foley and Leonard.
[99 NJSuper Page 248] The judgment of the Law Division is affirmed substantially for the reasons set forth in Judge Kole's opinion reported at 93 N.J. Super. 351 (Law Div. 1966).
[99 NJSuper Page 249]
Additionally, we dispose of a point not specifically discussed in the reported opinion. Plaintiffs contend that certain evidence rulings by the trial court and comments of the court generally relating thereto had the effect of removing from jury consideration important aspects of the injury claim of Sean Brennan. The record does not support the contention. Moreover, in its charge, the court clearly pointed out to the jury that there was a testimonial conflict with respect to these matters which required jury determination.