Josephine Lageorgia estate negligence case

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Josephine Lageorgia estate negligence case - j 1 chang- SUIT BROUGHT BY WADSWORTH TOPS...
j 1 chang- SUIT BROUGHT BY WADSWORTH TOPS CALENDAR Senator and Father Seek to Recover $50,000 as Result of Blaze. 45 CASES FACE COURT Livingston Term Opens on June 14th, with Record Session in Prospect i Gene'sco, June 4 (Special I -A -A calendar of forty five jury casca will be disposed of at the coming trial term of Livingston County Supreme Court which opens here on June 4th, Justice Benjamin B. Cunningham presiding. So mativ negligence actions tire presented in the calendar that the mo weeks set apart for trial work cimnnt handle one-half one-half one-half the cases act down, ki the term promises to be a on- on- One of the most important cases planned lo lie tried at the coming term Is the $.0,0:i action brought by Seimliir .lames W, Wadswnrlh. his father, former Representative James W. Wndsworth nnd William L. S. Minstend, all of Geneaeo, nKiiiiist the Pennsylvania Hailroad Company. The three sue as trustees of the large Wndsworth farm west of Avon tillage, tillage, the barns of which eoniniiicd the produce of the Otgl-acre Otgl-acre Otgl-acre farm. Those buildings were destroyed by lire that ia alleged to have crept up to them from uncut weeds (long the railroad's right of way, and Ihey were so commodious that the plaintiff claim a full recovery would he neceasary to repay them for content -and -and rebuilding. rebuilding. . There waa no Insurniire and the loss was complete. The railroad denies denies negligence such as would make it liable, and a question may develop if it can be held to answer for any damngea. or if so held, can be made to pay for more thnn the first building building consumed, on the theory that damngea damngea could not be collected for I he cost of secondary Hres. A death claim on (he -calendar, -calendar, wherein I'JU.iHio damage are asked, is brought by Kalherine li. liougherty, etcoutrls of Patrick Hoiigherty, late of pansville, against Henry 1. Gal braith. Patrick lMtghcrty lost his life when driving along he highway that runs through Gnlbraith'a farm near Haiisvllle, then rented and operated operated by a tenant ; the automobile suddenly was checked by n rope stretched across the highway and Hougherty pitched forward nnd broke his neck, (inlbruith cltiiuw lluit the rope was stretched across the mud by a tenant without his luumlciliie or authority, and that (he fact that lemtgherty bud only one eye Hilda the element of contributory negligence. The act loll of I. eland Gardner, of Groveland, against Gamble & Vincent, of Geneaeo, wherein $15,(100 damngea are asked, developed when a chauffeur employed bv the defendant run into a horse ridden by Gardner, (he mount taking fright nnd throuiug Ihe lnlter in such a manner that a lameness which Gardner claims is permanent. developed. If Gardner establishes the lishillty of the local garage, the jury will be asked to pnsa on the amount that should lie awarded fur any lameness lameness that may have resulted from the accident. Another negligence hsc m be threshed nut is (he death claim brought by the administrator of Josephine l.a-Georgia, l.a-Georgia, l.a-Georgia, late of Mount Morris, against Khlreil liennis nnd others, of Mount Morris, (tenuis is the fiilher of the youth who accidentally shot and killed the I.aGeorgia girl as the liitler was standing in her doorynrd. The administrator claims KMred Uent-ls Uent-ls Uent-ls was negligent ill permitting the young man to have and use a rifle in a thickly settled community, A Itoehcster case on the calrndnr Is that of Krle Railroad Company against Mae.Vrthr. 1 1 rot hers, contractor. contractor. The plolntiffs nsk M.soo for labor, material and tools used in making making imprnveme'ita along (he Genesee river close to the Clnrissii street bridge. The defendants do nut ques-tint) ques-tint) ques-tint) the amount hut claim It should be pnid by the slate, Harry J. liakwisid, of Grovelnnd, has an action on the cnlentliir, asking asking large duiiiiiges of the Peniisyl-t Peniisyl-t Peniisyl-t A nia Kailiond Company for the kill ing of his father, frank I., a one armed motorist. The fatal col llsion occurred at a priwite farm crossing ,jus,t outside Mount Morris village, and the railroad denies any obligation to whistle at a prixate crossing, and it is tint icipuied will set up a charge of iiecligem-e iiecligem-e iiecligem-e against the driver fur operating a car despite his one armed handicap. Martha Ilrun-dsge, Ilrun-dsge, Ilrun-dsge, a passenger in (he l.m-kwond l.m-kwond l.m-kwond car, also sues fur broken bones, only unhurt passenger the automobile wa found un- un- being a baby who acratched beneath the wreckage. i

Clipped from Democrat and Chronicle05 Jun 1926, SatPage 4

Democrat and Chronicle (Rochester, New York)05 Jun 1926, SatPage 4
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