Scott v. Thompson, G041860
In plaintiff's claims for wrongful death, negligence, and dangerous condition of public property arising from a traffic accident in which her half-brother was killed by an intoxicated driver, trial court's judgment dismissing plaintiff's claims and grant of the half-brother's presumed father's motion for summary adjudication is affirmed as plaintiff's lack of standing to challenge the presumed father's paternity under the marital presumption eviscerates her claim.
- Decided 05/26/2010
- Published 05/26/2010
- California Court of Appeal
- For Appellant:
- Law Offices of Fred J. Knez and Fred J. Knez, for Plaintiff and Appellant.
- For Appellees:
- Callahan & Blaine, Daniel J. Callahan, Sarah C. Serpa and Jill A. Thomas, for Defendant and Respondent, Russel Thompson., Kutak Rock, Edwin J. Richards and Christopher D. Glos, for Defendant and Respondent, City of Dana Point., Ford, Walker, Haggerty & Behar, K. Michele Williams and Dina B. Dreizler, for Defendants and Respondents, Tammy Jo Booth and Christine R. Booth.