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Automobile accident

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State and Local Government Law

1939

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Negligence - Violation Of Statute As Negligence Per Se - Exceptions To The Doctrine, John C. Griffin Mar 1939

Negligence - Violation Of Statute As Negligence Per Se - Exceptions To The Doctrine, John C. Griffin

Michigan Law Review

Plaintiff's intestate was driving along the main thoroughfare when B drove into the main highway from a side street without stopping, thereby colliding with the automobile of the intestate. Two days prior to this accident an automobile owned by S negligently collided with one of the defendant's buses with the consequence that defendant's bus, without negligence on defendant's part, knocked down an arterial stop sign. This stop sign had been erected at the intersection of the main highway and the side street out of which B drove his car. A Washington statute made anyone who should deface, mutilate, tear down, …