Appeals, Nos. 160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 166, 167, 168, and 169, April T., 1962, from judgments of Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny County, Jan. T., 1958 Nos. 2339 and 2340, and April T., 1958, No. 201, in case of George J. Paull, individually, and George J. Paull, administrator of estate of Clara Paull, deceased, v. Richard J. Meyers et al. Judgment affirmed.
Kim Darragh, with him Max U. Applebaum, and Meyer, Darragh, Buckler & Bebenek, for appellant.
Murray S. Love and James A. McGregor, Jr., with them Wirtzman, Sikov and Love, and Reed and Egler, for plaintiffs, appellees.
H. N. Rosenberg, with him Rosenberg and Rosenberg, for defendant, Meyers, appellee.
Before Rhodes, P.j., Ervin, Wright, Watkins, Montgomery, and Flood, JJ. (woodside, J.. absent).
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These appeals are from orders of the Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny County, refusing the motions of Catherine Geris, executrix of the Estate of Gus Geris, the appellant, for judgment non obstante veredicto and for a new trial.
Verdicts having been rendered in favor of appellees, George J. Paull, individually, and as administrator of
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the Estate of Clara Paull, deceased, Richard J. Meyers and Antoinetta Pisano, the testimony must be read in a light most favorable to them and all conflicts resolved in their favor.
The facts appear to be as follows: On November 19, 1957, at or about 7:00 o'clock a.m., in rainy weather, at a time when it was fairly dark, Antoinetta Pisano was driving her automobile in a westwardly direction on Liberty Avenue in the City of Pittsburgh. Accompanying her as passengers were Mary Stasukevish, Helen Stasukevish, Jennie Esper, and Clara Paull.
As Antoinetta Pisano approached the Ninth Street intersection, which is a "T" intersection to the left controlled by traffic lights, she turned on her left turn signal. She observed an automobile approaching from the west on Liberty Avenue, later learned to be operated by Gus Geris, in the curb lane of traffic, about three quarters of a block to the west of the intersection. Liberty Avenue is a six-lane street, having a lane for parking on either side and two lanes for travel in each direction, with streetcar tracks on either side of the center line. Antoinetta Pisano then started her turn left into Ninth Street and when the front end of her car was into Ninth Street it was struck in the middle of the right side by the automobile ...