Decided: February 3, 1969.
CHARLES F. WILLIS AND ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY, PLAINTIFFS-RESPONDENTS AND CROSS-APPELLANTS,
SECURITY INSURANCE GROUP, DEFENDANT-APPELLANT AND CROSS-RESPONDENT. JOSEPH NACHTRIEB, PLAINTIFF-RESPONDENT, V. ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY, DEFENDANT AND THIRD PARTY PLAINTIFF-RESPONDENT AND CROSS-APPELLANT. LA FLAM-JENTSCH, INC., ET AL., DEFENDANTS, V. UNIVERSAL UNDERWRITER'S INSURANCE COMPANY, THIRD PARTY DEFENDANT-APPELLANT AND CROSS-RESPONDENT
On appeal from judgments of the Superior Court, Chancery Division, Camden County.
For affirmance -- Chief Justice Weintraub and Justices Jacobs, Francis, Hall and Schettino. For reversal -- None.
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The judgments are affirmed for the reasons expressed by Judge Wick in the Superior Court, Chancery Division, in Willis v. Security Insurance Group, 104 N.J. Super. 410 (Ch. Div. 1968).
Nachtrieb v. Allstate Insurance Company was decided by Judge Wick in an oral opinion within a few days of Willis v. Security Insurance Group. The basic issues are the same and in our view are controlled by the decision announced in Willis. See also, American Motorists Insurance Company v. Kaplan, 209 Va. 53, 161 S.E. 2 d 675 (1968).