LANDGRAF v. UNRAU

Reset A A Font size: Print

District Court of Appeal, Second District, Division 2, California.

LANDGRAF v. UNRAU et al.

Civ. 9003.

Decided: December 29, 1934

Voltaire Perkins, of Los Angeles, for appellants. Kiggens & Hoffman and Harold S. Kiggens, all of Los Angeles, for respondent.

The automobile of defendants Unrau, driven by defendant Bennett with Unrau's permission, was involved in an accident with two other cars. The trial court found that the accident was caused by negligence of the driver of defendants' car and of the driver of one of the other cars, but that the latter's negligence was not to be imputed to plaintiffs May, King, Rentschler, and West, who were guests in his car. The other plaintiff, Landgraf, was driver of the third car, and was found to be not negligent. From judgment for plaintiff, the defendants appeal on the sole ground that the driver of their car was not negligent.

The evidence presented to this court in the bill of exceptions shows ample support for the court's findings. Judgment affirmed.

STEPHENS, Presiding Justice.

I concur: CRAIL, J.