Appeal, No. 116, March T., 1962, from judgment of Court of Common Pleas of Cambria County, Dec. T., 1959, No. 297, in case of Pauline H. L. Gordon v. W. C. McQuaide, Inc. and Ronald Berkheimer. Judgment affirmed.
Robert S. Glass, with him Glass & Glass, for appellant.
Robert G. Rose, with him Spence, Custer, Saylor & Wolfe, for appellees.
Before Bell, C.j., Musmanno, Jones, Cohen, Eagen and O'brien, JJ.
Plaintiff-appellant, Pauline Gordon, appeals from the refusal of the Court of Common Pleas of Cambria County to grant a new trial following a jury verdict for the defendants, W. C. McQuaide, Inc. and Ronald Berkheimer, in a trespass action arising out of an automobile accident.
On appeal to this Court, appellant advances seven reasons to justify her request for a new trial. After reading the record and noting the alleged errors referred to by appellant, we find none of her contentions valid. We especially fail to agree with appellant that the "aggregate result" of claimed improprieties allegedly
committed during the trial "[created] an atmosphere which pervaded the trial which was so prejudicial to the rights of the plaintiff as to deny her a fair trial of the real issues involved."
Accordingly, no reasons exist which would merit any modification of the conclusions reached by the court below.
ING OPINION BY MR. JUSTICE ...