Appeal from judgment of Court of Common Pleas of Washington County, May T., 1961, Nos. 80 and 81, and May T., 1962, No. 66, in case of Louis Amati v. Robert L. Williams.
Sigmund L. Bloom, with him Bloom, Bloom, Rosenberg & Bloom, for appellants.
Samuel L. Rodgers, with him Rodgers and Roney, for appellees.
Ervin, P. J., Watkins, Montgomery, Jacobs, Hoffman, and Spaulding, JJ. (Wright, J., absent). Opinion by Montgomery, J.
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As a result of a collision in Washington County between an automobile being operated by Robert L. Williams south on State Route 837, in which Manuel Robin Kazaczka was a passenger, and another automobile being operated by Louis Amati east on Black Diamond Hollow Road, the following actions were commenced for the collection of damages:
(a) Louis Amati sued Robert L. Williams for personal injuries and damages to his automobile.
(b) Manuel Robin Kazaczka (a minor) with his parents, Alphonse E. Kazaczka et ux., sued Robert L. Williams for personal injuries sustained by the minor,
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and Louis Amati was joined as an additional defendant.
(c) Gomer Williams, father of Robert L. Williams, and owner of the automobile driven by his son, sued Louis Amati for property damage to the automobile.
The cases were consolidated for trial which resulted in a jury verdict for the defendant Williams in case (a), for the parents of Manuel Robin Kazaczka in the amount of $191 for medical expenses incurred for their son against Louis Amati alone, but nothing for the son in case (b), and in favor of Gomer Williams against Louis Amati in the amount of $762.32, representing damages to his automobile, in case (c).
Motions for a new trial filed by Amati and the Kazaczkas having been overruled and judgments entered on the verdicts, an appeal was taken by all of said parties to our Supreme Court ...