66 A. 859 (Pa. 1907), 105, Rebman v. General Acc. Ins. Co.
|Citation:||66 A. 859, 217 Pa. 518|
|Opinion Judge:||MR. JUSTICE FELL:|
|Party Name:||Rebman, Appellant, v. General Accident Insurance Company|
|Attorney:||Willis F. McCook, for appellant. Wm. W. Wishart, for appellee.|
|Judge Panel:||Before MITCHELL, C.J., FELL, BROWN, MESTREZAT, ELKIN and STEWART, JJ. MESTREZAT and STEWART, JJ., dissent.|
|Case Date:||April 22, 1907|
|Court:||Supreme Court of Pennsylvania|
Argued: October 26, 1906
Appeal, No. 105, Oct. T., 1906, by plaintiff, from order of C.P. No. 1, Allegheny Co., Sept. T., 1903, No. 132, refusing to take off nonsuit in case of Catherine Rebman, Administratrix of the Estate of Mary W. Rebman, deceased, v. The General Accident Insurance Company of Philadelphia. Affirmed.
Trespass to recover damages for death of plaintiff's husband. Before BROWN, J.
The facts are stated in the opinion of the Supreme Court.
Error assigned was refusing to take off nonsuit.
The judgment is affirmed.
We submit that the case of Small v. Travellers' Protective Association of America, 45 S.E. Repr. 706, rules the case at bar. See also Roul v. Ry. Co., 85 Ga. 197 (11 S.E. Repr. 558); Bacon v. D., L. & W.R.R. Co., 143 Pa. 14.
There are numerous cases in Pennsylvania which support this rule. Among these may be cited: Railroad Co. v. Aspell, 23 Pa. 147; N.Y., etc., R.R. Co. v. Enches, 127 Pa. 316; Boulfrois v. United Traction Co., 210 Pa. 263; Tobin v. Penna. R.R. Co., 211 Pa. 457.
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