Friday, October 10, 2014

Freehe v. Freehe case brief summary

Freehe v. Freehe case brief summary

F: P sued D, his wife, for injuries due to D’s negligent maintenance of a tractor that she owned, and due to her alleged failure to warn of the tractor’s unsafe condition. Injuries occurred on a farm that was the separate property of D. P had no interest in the farm and was not an employee of D. TC ruled in favor of D based on interspousal tort immunity. P appeals

R: Spouses are not immune from liability to each other.


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