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SMALL GROUP EXERCISE

RECORD
Hal Jordan alleges he was injured when his sister's green 1965
Hornet, which he was driving, was struck by a 1995 Spider driven by
J. Jonah Jameson at the intersection of Thor Street and Lois Lane
in Gotham City. The accident was witnessed by Clark Kent. Clark
Kent testified that Mr. Jameson ran a stop sign, but he also
testified that the stop sign was totally obscured by the leaves of
a tree in front of O. Julius Bananaberry's estate. Investigating
Officer Benjamin Grimm noted that the sign was "partially obscured"
on his police report.
Mr. Jordan filed suit against Mr. Jameson and O. Julius
Bananaberry. His allegations against Mr. Jameson were that
Mr. Jameson was negligent in running the stop sign, not keeping a
proper lookout, and failing to keep his vehicle under proper
control. His allegations against Mr. Bananaberry were that
Mr. Bananaberry maintained his trees in such a way that the trees
blocked the view of the stop sign, blocked the view of the
intersection, and generally created a hazard. As Mr. Jameson's
policy limits were only $25,000 per person, $50,000 per accident,
Plaintiff also filed an underinsured motorist claim.
Hal Jordan's twelve-year-old son, Billy, was riding in the
front seat of the vehicle with him. Billy was not wearing a seat
belt at the time of the accident, which is a statutory violation.
Billy was also injured. Hal is divorced from his ex-wife, and they
have joint custody of Billy.
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Mr. Jordan and Billy were taken to the hospital, where it just
happened Mr. Jordan's personal physician, Dr. Reed Richards, was on
call. Mr. Jordan and his son were treated by Dr. Richards for
several months.
Mr. Jordan returned to work approximately one month after the
accident because his boss, Dick Grayson, told him if he didn't come
back to work, he would be fired. When Mr. Jordan attempted to
testify as to why he had returned to work, the judge excluded the
testimony on the ground that any statement by Grayson was hearsay.
Billy missed three weeks of school due to the accident. He
was not able to play Little League baseball that year due to his
injuries.
Dr. Richards ultimately rendered an opinion that Mr. Jordan
had a ten percent permanent partial impairment, but he refused to
make any statement "within a reasonable degree of medical
certainty," because "certainty" implies that you are sure and, in
medicine, you can never be sure of anything. Since Dr. Richard was
willing to use language such as "probably," "more likely than any
other result," and "more than 50-50," the judge let the testimony
in. Dr. Ludwig Zamenhof did a medical evaluation for the defense
and found no permanent impairment.
It appears that Billy has made a complete recovery, except for
a scar on his chest that would normally be covered by a shirt.
The Hornet belonged to Jane Grey, Hal Jordan's sister.
Ms. Grey had rejected underinsured motorist coverage. Hal owed
three motor vehicles: a 1962 Volkswagen Bug, a 1963 Volkswagen
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Bug, and a 1974 Volkswagen Rabbit. He had rejected underinsured
motorist coverage on the 1963 and 1974 Volkswagens, but he was not
offered an opportunity to reject underinsured motorist coverage on
his 1962 Volkswagen. Mr. Jordan and Ms. Gray live on different
sides of the same duplex. They each rent separately.
The trial
court granted summary judgment to the insurance carrier on the
issue of underinsured motorist coverage for the loss. The case was
tried solely on the negligence claim against Jameson.
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There will be a number of issues for purposes of the
exercises. For purposes of the lectures, preserving your record,
writing, and abstracting, you may have to consider the following
issues:
Does an individual who runs a stop sign which he cannot
see, and which he could not have seen in the exercise of
ordinary care, commit a negligent act?
There will be a number of issues for purposes of the
exercises. For purposes of the lectures, preserving your record,
writing, and abstracting, you may have to consider the following
issues:
Does an individual who runs a stop sign which he cannot
see, and which he could not have seen in the exercise of
ordinary care, commit a negligent act?
Must a doctor's testimony be within a reasonable degree
of medical certainty and what does a reasonable degree of
medical certainty mean?
Must a doctor's testimony be within a reasonable degree
of medical certainty and what does a reasonable degree of
medical certainty mean?
Did the trial court err in excluding evidence--on the
basis of hearsay--that the insured returned to work
because his employer said he was fired if he did not
return?
Did the trial court err in excluding evidence--on the
basis of hearsay--that the insured returned to work
because his employer said he was fired if he did not
return?
Does Hal Jordan have underinsured motorist coverage under
the policy of insurance on his 1962 Volkswagen?
Does Hal Jordan have underinsured motorist coverage under
the policy of insurance on his 1962 Volkswagen?
For purposes of brief writing and oral argument, you will consider For purposes of brief writing and oral argument, you will consider
the following issue: the following issue:
Did Mr. Bananaberry have a legally enforceable duty to
prune his trees and maintain his shrubs so as not to
create a hazard to motorists passing by?
Did Mr. Bananaberry have a legally enforceable duty to
prune his trees and maintain his shrubs so as not to
create a hazard to motorists passing by?
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MARVEL COUNTY, ARKANSAS
HAL JORDAN, Individually
and as Next Friend and Natural
Guardian of BILLY JORDAN, a minor
PLAINTIFFS
VS. NO. CIV-93-1960
J. JONAH JAMESON
DEFENDANT
O. JULIUS BANANABERRY
DEFENDANT
CONSOLIDATED FEDERAL MUTUAL
DOMESTIC INSURANCE COMPANY OF
SWEET HAVEN
DEFENDANT
COMPLAINT
Comes the Plaintiff, Hal Jordan, Individually and as Next Friend and Natural Guardian of Billy
Jordan, a minor, by and through his attorneys, Matt Murdock, and for his Complaint against the Defendant,
J. Jonah Jameson, states:
1. The Plaintiffs and the Defendants, J. Jonah Jameson and O. Julius Bananaberry, are
individual residents of Marvel County, Arkansas, and this accident happened in Marvel County, Arkansas.
Consolidated Federated Mutual Domestic Insurance Company of Sweet Haven (hereinafter Consolidated)
is a foreign insurance company licensed to do business in the State of Arkansas. This is the proper venue
for this action.
2. On or about April 1, 1995, at approximately 1:00 p. m., Plaintiff Hal Jordan was proceeding
northbound on Thor Street in Gotham City, Arkansas. The Defendant, J. Jonah Jameson, was proceeding
westbound on Lois Lane. Defendant proceeded through a stop sign at the corner of Thor Street and Lois
Lane without either stopping or yielding the right of way to drivers on Thor Street. The view of the stop
sign and of the intersection was obscured by trees, foliage, and shrubbery on the property of Defendant
O. Julius Bananaberry. As a result of the negligence of J. Jonah Jameson and O. Julius Bananaberry,
the Plaintiffs suffered injuries as more specifically described herein.
3. The Defendant J. Jonah Jameson was guilty of negligence which was a proximate cause
of the damages sustained by the Plaintiffs. Specific acts of negligence include, but are not limited to, the
following:
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a) Failing to keep a proper lookout;
b) Failing to keep the automobile he was driving under proper control;
c) Driving at a speed greater than was reasonable and prudent under the
circumstances;
d) Proceeding through a stop sign without stopping or yielding the right of
way to drivers on Thor Street;
e) Otherwise failing to exercise ordinary care under the circumstances.
4. On the aforesaid date, a dangerous condition existed at the intersection of Thor Street and
Lois Lane in that property owned by the Separate Defendant, 0. Julius Bananaberry, had on it an
obstruction obscuring both the stop sign on Lois Lane and the intersection of Lois Lane and Thor Street.
The obstruction consisted of trees, a hedge row of holly bushes, and other shrubs. One of the trees
obscured the stop sign. The row of holly bushes and other shrubs extends out to such a distance that
vehicles traveling on Lois Lane must actually enter the intersection of Thor Street and Lois Lane before
traffic traveling east on Thor Street can be seen.
5. As a result of the Defendant's negligence, the Plaintiffs sustained painful and permanent
personal injuries, incurred medical expenses, lost working time and missed school and underwent pain,
suffering and mental anguish. Further, the Plaintiffs will incur medical expenses in the future, will continue
to suffer pain, suffering and mental anguish in the future and will sustain a loss of working time and
earning capacityin the future.
6. Separate Defendant Consolidated is an insurance company doing business in the State
of Arkansas. Separate Defendant Consolidated issued an insurance policy to plaintiff Hal Jordan on a
1962 Volkswagen. That coverage included underinsured motorist coverage. That coverage covered any
substitute vehicle. The vehicle Plaintiff was driving on the day of the accident, a 1965 Hornet, was owned
by Plaintiffs sister, Jane Grey. Plaintiff was borrowing that vehicle because on the day of the accident,
his 1962 Volkswagen was being painted. On information and belief, Defendant J. Jonah Jameson
maintains insurance coverage in the amount of $25,000 per person, $50,000 per accident. Plaintiffs'
damages exceed $50,000 each. Wherefore, Plaintiffs assert that Separate Defendant Consolidated owes
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underinsured motor coverage to the Plaintiffs in the amount of $25,000 per person, or $50,000 in total.
A copy of the insurance policy is attached hereto as Exhibit A.
WHEREFORE, Plaintiffs pray for a judgment against the Defendants in an amount adequate to
compensate them for the injuries and damages they sustained and which amount exceeds the current
minimum requirement for federal court jurisdiction in diversity of citizenship cases. Plaintiffs further pray
for a judgment against Consolidated in the amount of $50,000, plus penalty, interest, and attorney's fees
pursuant to statute. The Plaintiffs further pray for costs, interest and all other just and proper relief to
which they may be entitled. The Plaintiffs pray for a jury trial.
Respectfully submitted,
Matt Murdock
Attorney for Plaintiffs
3772 Hotspur Avenue
Gotham City, AR 78787
(501) 372-3772
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MARVEL COUNTY, ARKANSAS
HAL JORDAN et al. PLAINTIFFS
VS. NO. CIV-93-1960
J. JONAH JAMESON DEFENDANT
CONSOLIDATED FEDERAL MUTUAL
DOMESTIC INSURANCE COMPANY OF
SWEET HAVEN DEFENDANT
ANSWER
Comes Separate Defendant, J. Jonah Jameson, by and through his attorney, Harvey Dent, and
for his Separate Answer to Plaintiffs' Complaint, states as follows:
1. Separate Defendant Jameson admits the allegations of paragraph I of the Complaint of
the Plaintiffs.
2. Separate Defendant Jameson denies the allegations of paragraphs 2, 3, and 4 of the
Complaint of the Plaintiffs.
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3. Separate Defendant Jameson affirmatively states that Separate Plaintiff Hal Jordan was
guilty of negligence which was the proximate cause of the injuries he has suffered.
4. Separate Defendant Jameson affirmatively states that he was guilty of no negligence
whatsoever because the stop sign, alleged to exist in paragraph 2 of the Plaintiffs Complaint, was
obscured by foliage and was therefore invisible to Separate Defendant Jameson.
5. Separate Defendant Jameson affirmatively states that Separate Plaintiff Billy Jordan was
negligent in failing to wear a seat belt as required by the laws of this state and by Gotham City municipal
ordinance. The negligence of Billy Jordan in failing to wear a seat belt is imputed to his father, Hal Jordan,
who failed to proper care to supervise his son and protect his son's safe ty.
WHEREFORE, Separate Defendant Jameson prays this Honorable Court that Plaintiffs take
nothing, and that their claim be dismissed, and that costs and attorney's fees be awarded to Separate
Defendant Jameson.
Respectfully submitted,
Harvey Dent
Attorney for Defendant Jameson
222 Janus Way
Gotham AR 77889
(501) 222-2222
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I, Harvey Dent, hereby certify that I have mailed a true and correct copy of the above Answer to
Matt Murdock, Attorney for Plaintiff, by regular mail with the required postage prepaid this day of
, 1996.
Harvey Dent
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NO. CIV-93-1960
J. JONAH JAMESON
0. JULIUS BANANABERRY
CONSOLIDATED FEDERAL MUTUAL
DOMESTIC INSURANCE COMPANY OF
SWEET HAVEN
DEFENDANT
DEFENDANT
DEFENDANT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MARVEL COUNTY, ARKANSAS
HAL JORDAN et al.
PLAINTIFFS
VS.
MOTION TO DISMISS AND ANSWER
OF SEPARATE DEFENDANT 0. JULIUS BANANABERRY
Comes Separate Defendant 0. Julius Bananaberry, and for his Answer to Plaintiffs Complaint,
states:
1. Separate Defendant Bananaberry admits that he is a resident of Marvel County, Arkansas.
2. Separate Defendant Bananaberry is without knowledge and therefore denies each and every
remaining material allegation of Plaintiffs' Complaint.
3. Separate Defendant Bananaberry moves to dismiss Plaintiffs' Complaint against him on the
ground that it fails to state a claim on which relief can be granted.
4. Separate Defendant Bananaberry asserts that Plaintiff Jordan and Defendant Jameson were
the ones who were negligent.
5. Separate Defendant Bananaberry reserves the right to amend his Answer.
6. Separate Defendant Bananaberryhereby alleges and states that he was in no way negligent
and vociferously denies any negligence of any kind or description on the part of Separate Defendant
Bananaberry, but states that in the event that he were in any way negligent, any such negligence could
not be the proximate cause of any damage to the Plaintiffs.
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WHEREFORE, Separate Defendant Bananaberry prays this Honorable Court that Plaintiffs take
nothing, and that their claim be dismissed, and that costs and attorney's fees be awarded to the Separate
Defendant Bananaberry.
Respectfully submitted,
Jacqueline Hyde
Runne, Laquelle, and Hyde
4231 Ostrich Avenue
Gotham City, AR 78798
(900) CALL-LAW
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MARVEL COUNTY, ARKANSAS
HAL JORDAN et al.
PLAINTIFFS
VS. NO. CIV-93-1960
J. JONAH JAMESON
DEFENDANT
O. JULIUS BANANABERRY
DEFENDANT
CONSOLIDATED FEDERAL MUTUAL
DOMESTIC INSURANCE COMPANY OF
SWEET HAVEN
DEFENDANT
BRIEF IN SUPPORT OF
MOTION TO DISMISS AND ANSWER
OF SEPARATE DEFENDANT O. JULIUS BANANABERRY
There will be an exercise to write a brief on this topic. This is just to
show for the record that a brief was filed.
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NO. CIV-93-1960
J. JONAH JAMESON
0. JULIUS BANANABERRY
CONSOLIDATED FEDERAL MUTUAL
DOMESTIC INSURANCE COMPANY OF
SWEET HAVEN
DEFENDANT
DEFENDANT
DEFENDANT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MARVEL COUNTY, ARKANSAS
HAL JORDAN et al.
PLAINTIFFS
VS.
ANSWER OF HAL JORDAN TO
COUNTER-CLAIM OF J. JONAH JAMESON
Comes now the Plaintiff, Hal Jordan, and for his response to Separate Defendant Bananaberry's
Motion to Dismiss states:
1. Separate Defendant Bananaberry did have a dutyto maintain his property so that it would not
create an unreasonably hazardous condition to persons on the adjacent roadway.
WHEREFORE, Plaintiff prays that the Motion to Dismiss of Separate Defendant Bananaberry be
denied.
Respectfully submitted,
Matt Murdock
Attorney for Plaintiff
3772 Hotspur Avenue
Gotham City, AR 78787
(501) 372-3772
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I, Matt Murdock, certify that the above and foregoing has been furnished to the defendants by
mailing a copy of same to their attorneys, on this day of , 1996.
MATT MURDOCK
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^,-- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MARVEL COUNTY, ARKANSAS
HAL JORDAN et al.
PLAINTIFFS
VS. NO. CIV-93-1960
J. JONAH JAMESON
DEFENDANT
O. JULIUS BANANABERRY
DEFENDANT
CONSOLIDATED FEDERAL MUTUAL
DOMESTIC INSURANCE COMPANY OF
SWEET HAVEN
DEFENDANT
COUNTER-CLAIM OF J. JONAH JAMESON
Comes the Separate Defendant and Counter-Claimant, J. Jonah Jameson, by and through his
attorney, Harvey Dent, and for his Counter-Claim against Plaintiff Hal Jordan states:
1. That the motor vehicle accident of April 1, 1995 was proximately caused by the negligent
conduct of Hal Jordan. Specific acts of negligence include, but are not limited to, the following:
a) Failing to keep a proper lookout;
b) Failing to keep the automobile he was driving under proper control;
c) Driving at a speed greater than was reasonable and prudent under the
circumstances;
d) Otherwise failing to exercise ordinary care under the circumstances.
2. That the motor vehicle driven by Separate Defendant Jameson, a 1995 Spider sustained
damage as a proximate cause of the negligence of Plaintiff Hal Jordan. This damage included:
a. Repair bills in the amount of $6,220.00.
b. A permanent reduction in value in an amount to be determined by the ju ry .
3. In addition, due to the negligence of Hal Jordan, Separate Defendant Jameson lost the use
of his motor vehicle for a period of 23 days after the accident. He incurred vehicle rental expenses of
$1,080.00 due to his rental of a substitute vehicle.
4. Separate Defendant Jameson sustained bodily injury due to the trauma inflicted upon him by
the vehicular impact. This bodily injury was the proximate result of the negligent operation of the Jordan
vehicle. Separate Defendant Jameson suffered a shock to his entire system, which has resulted in
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ANSWER
NO. CIV-93-1960
HAL JORDAN et al.
VS.
J. JONAH JAMESON
0. JULIUS BANANABERRY
CONSOLIDATED FEDERAL MUTUAL
DOMESTIC INSURANCE COMPANY OF
SWEET HAVEN
PLAINTIFFS
DEFENDANT
DEFENDANT
DEFENDANT
sleeplessness, loss of weight, loss of appetite, an inability to concentrate, nervousness, and irritability.
WHEREFORE, Separate Defendant Jameson prays for a judgment against Plaintiff Hal Jordan for
$7,300 for his repair bills and loss of use of his vehicle; for a judgment against Plaintiff Hal Jordan for the
reduction in value of his 1995 Spider; and for a judgment against Plaintiff Hal Jordan for his bodily injuries
in an amount in excess of the minimum limit of federal diversity jurisdiction.
Respectfully submitted,
Harvey Dent
Attorney for Defendant Jameson
222 Janus Way
Gotham AR 77889
(501) 222-2222
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I, Harvey Dent, hereby certify that I have mailed a true and correct copy of the above Answer to
Matt Murdock, Attorney for Plaintiff, by regular mail with the required postage prepaid this day of
1996.
Harvey Dent
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
,
OF MARVEL COUNTY, ARKANSAS
Comes Separate Defendant Consolidated Federal Mutual Domestic Insurance Company of Sweet
Haven (hereinafter Consolidated), and for its Response to the Plaintiffs Complaint, hereby states:
1. Separate Defendant Consolidated admits the allegations of paragraph 1 of Plaintiffs
Complaint.
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2. Separate Defendant Consolidated denies the allegations of paragraphs 2, 3, and 4 of
Plaintiffs Complaint.
3. Separate Defendant Consolidated denies that underinsured motorist coverage is applicable
to this accident.
4. Separate Defendant Consolidated states that the vehicle being operated by Plaintiff Hal Jordan
was furnished for his regular use, and was owned by his sister, a family member living in the same
household. Coverage of said vehicle is excluded under the Underinsured Motorist Coverage Endorsement
of the Consolidated policy.
5. Separate Defendant Consolidated further states that Billy Jordan is not a member of Hal
Jordan's "family" as that term is defined in the policy, and is thus not covered by the Underinsured Motorist
Coverage Endorsement.
WHEREFORE, Separate Defendant Consolidated prays this Honorable Court that Plaintiffs take
nothing, and that their claim be dismissed, and that costs and attorney's fees be awarded to the Separate
Defendant Consolidated.
Respectfully submitted,
Rumpole Bailey
Attorney for Consolidated
Suite 3201
Humongous National Bank Bldg.
Main and Center
Gotham City, AR 77889
(501) 555-7777
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I, Rumpole Bailey, hereby certify that I have mailed a true and correct copy of the above Answer
to Matt Murdock, Attorney for Plaintiff, Harvey Dent, Attorney for Defendant Jameson, and jacqueline
Hyde, Attorney for Defendant Bananaberry, by regular mail with the required postage prepaid this
day of , 1996.
Rumpole Bailey
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MARVEL COUNTY, ARKANSAS
HAL JORDAN et al.
PLAINTIFFS
VS. NO. CIV-93-1960
J. JONAH JAMESON
DEFENDANT
O. JULIUS BANANABERRY
DEFENDANT
CONSOLIDATED FEDERAL MUTUAL
DOMESTIC INSURANCE COMPANY OF
SWEET HAVEN
DEFENDANT
DEFENDANT JAMESON'S FIRST SET OF INTERROGATORIES AND
REQUESTS FOR PRODUCTION PROPOUNDED TO PLAINTIFFS
Comes Separate Defendant, J. Jonah Jameson, by and through his attorney, Harvey Dent, and
for his first set of Interrogatories and Requests for Production to be answered in compliance with the
Arkansas Rules of Civil Procedure states:
INTERROGATORY NO. 1: Please identify all witnesses that you anticipate calling at trial. For
each witness, please state his/her name, address and a brief synopsis of his/her anticipated testimony.
INTERROGATORY NO. 2: Please identify any exhibits that you intend to introduce into evidence
at the trial of this cause.
REQUEST FOR PRODUCTION NO. 1: Please produce, or make available for inspection and
copying, any exhibit identified in response to Interrogatory No. 2.
Respectfully submitted,
Harvey Dent
Attorney for Defendant Jameson
222 Janus Way
Gotham City, AR 77889
(501) 222-2222
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I, Harvey Dent, hereby certify that I have mailed a true and correct copy of the above Answer to
Matt Murdock, Attorney for Plaintiff, and Rumpole Bailey, attorney for Consolidated regular mail with the
required postage prepaid this day of , 1996.
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NO. CIV-93-1960
HAL JORDAN et al.
VS.
J. JONAH JAMESON
0. JULIUS BANANABERRY
CONSOLIDATED FEDERAL MUTUAL
DOMESTIC INSURANCE COMPANY OF
SWEET HAVEN
PLAINTIFFS
DEFENDANT
DEFENDANT
DEFENDANT
Harvey Dent
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MARVEL COUNTY, ARKANSAS
ANSWER OF HAL JORDAN TO
COUNTER-CLAIM OF J. JONAH JAMESON
Comes now the Plaintiff, Hal Jordan, and for his Answer to Counter-Claim states:
1. That he denies all allegations of the Counter-Claim.
WHEREFORE, Plaintiff and Counter-Defendant Hal Jordan prays that the Counter-Plaintiff J. Jonah
Jameson take nothing on his Counter-Claim.
Respectfully submitted,
Matt Murdock
Attorney for Plaintiff
3772 Hotspur Avenue
Gotham City, AR 78787
(501) 372-3772
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I, Matt Murdock, certify that the above and foregoing has been furnished to the defendants by
mailing a copy of same to their attorneys, on this day of , 1996.
MATT MURDOCK
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NO. CIV-93-1960
J. JONAH JAMESON
0. JULIUS BANANABERRY
and
CONSOLIDATED FEDERAL MUTUAL
DOMESTIC INSURANCE COMPANY OF
SWEET HAVEN
DEFENDANT
DEFENDANT
DEFENDANT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MARVEL COUNTY, ARKANSAS
HAL JORDAN et al.
VS.
PLAINTIFFS
MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT
Comes the Defendant, J. Jonah Jameson, by and through his attorney, Harvey Dent, and for his
Motion for Summary Judgment, hereby alleges and states:
1. The undisputed evidence attached hereto shows that the stop sign on Lois Lane on the
western side of the intersection with Thor Street was totally obscured by vegetation.
2. It does not fall below the standard of care for a driver to fail to obey a sign which he does
not and cannot see.
3. The accident which occurred in this case was unavoidable, and therefore defendant cannot
properly be held liable for it.
4. The Affidavit of J. Jonah Jameson is attached hereto as Exhibit A.
5. An Affidavit of Clark Kent is attached hereto as Exhibit B.
6. A brief is submitted herewith.
WHEREFORE, Defendant's Motion for Summary Judgment should be granted.
Respectfully submitted,
Harvey Dent
Attorney for Defendant
222 Janus Way
Gotham AR 77889
(501) 222-2222
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CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I, Harvey Dent, hereby certify that I have mailed a true and correct copy of the above Motion for
Summary Judgment to Matt Murdock, Attorney for Plaintiff, Myron Lerner, Attorney for Defendant
Bananaberry, and Rumpole Bailey, Attorney for Defendant Consolidated by regular mail with the required
postage prepaid this day of , 1996.
Harvey Dent
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AFFIDAVIT
State of Arkansas )(
County of Marvel )(
Before the undersigned, Selena Kyle, duly qualified and acting in and for said county and state,
appeared J. Jonah Jameson to be the affiant herein, who stated the following under oath:
1. I am J. Jonah Jameson, age 53. I am employed by the Daily Bugle as publisher. I reside
at 1234 Tarantula Avenue, Gotham City, Arkansas.
2. I was involved in a motor vehicle accident on April 1, 1995, at the comer of Thor Street
and Lois Lane.
3. At the time of the accident, the stop sign on Lois Lane was totally obscured by foliage.
It was impossible to see the stop sign.
4. I was not aware that there was a stop sign at that intersection until after the accident
occurred.
5. I have read this affidavit, and it is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.
FURTHER AFFIANT SAYETH NOT.
J. Jonah Jameson
Affiant
VERIFICATION
I, J. Jonah Jameson, do hereby certify and state on oath, that the above and foregoing facts are
true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.
J. Jonah Jameson
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ACKNOWLEDGMENT
State of Arkansas )(
County of Marvel )(
SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN to before me, a Notary Public, this
day of
, 1996.
NOTARY PUBLIC
My Commission Expires:
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AFFIDAVIT
State of Arkansas )(
County of Marvel )(
Before the undersigned, Selena Kyle, duly qualified and acting in and for said county and state,
appeared Clark Kent to be the affiant herein, who stated the following under oath:
1. I am Clark Kent, age 47. I am employed by the Daily Planet as a reporter. I reside at
1234 Uebermensch Avenue, Gotham City, Arkansas.
2. I was a witness to a motor vehicle accident on April 1, 1995, at the comer of Thor Street
and Lois Lane.
3. At the time of the accident, the stop sign on Lois Lane was totally obscured by foliage.
You could not see the stop sign.
4. I have read this affidavit, and it is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.
FURTHER AFFIANT SAYETH NOT.
Clark Kent
VERIFICATION
I, Clark Kent, do hereby certify and state on oath, that the above and foregoing facts are true and
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Clark Kent
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ACKNOWLEDGMENT
State of Arkansas)(
County of Marvel )(
SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN to before me, a Notary Public, this day of
1996.
NOTARY PUBLIC
My Commission Expires:
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MARVEL COUNTY, ARKANSAS
HAL JORDAN et al. PLAINTIFFS
VS. NO. CIV-93-1960
J. JONAH JAMESON DEFENDANT
CONSOLIDATED FEDERAL MUTUAL
DOMESTIC INSURANCE COMPANY OF
SWEET HAVEN DEFENDANT
BRIEF IN SUPPORT OF
MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT
There may even be an exercise to write a brief on this topic. This is
just to show for the record that a brief was filed.
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NO. CIV-93-1960
HAL JORDAN et al.
VS.
J. JONAH JAMESON
CONSOLIDATED FEDERAL MUTUAL
DOMESTIC INSURANCE COMPANY OF
SWEET HAVEN
PLAINTIFFS
DEFENDANT
DEFENDANT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MARVEL COUNTY, ARKANSAS
PLAINTIFFS' RESPONSES TO
INTERROGATORIES AND REQUESTS FOR PRODUCTION
PROPOUNDED BY J. JONAH JAMESON
Come the Plaintiffs, by and through their attorney Matt Murdock, and for their Responses to
Interrogatories and Requests for Production state:
INTERROGATORY NO. 1: Please identify all witnesses that you anticipate calling at trial. For
each witness, please state his/her name, address and a brief synopsis of his/her anticipated testimony.
ANSWER TO INTERROGATORY NO. 1:
Hal Jordan 281 Krypton Avenue, Apt. 1
Billy Jordan 176 Lois Lane
Jane Grey, 281 Krypton Avenue, Apt. 2
Dr. Reed Richards, Baxter Building
Clark Kent 1234 Uebermensch Avenue
J. Jonah Jameson 1234 Tarantula Avenue
Officer Benjamin J. Grimm, Gotham City Police Department
INTERROGATORY NO. 2: Please identify any exhibits that you intend to introduce into evidence
at the trial of this cause.
ANSWER TO INTERROGATORY NO. 2: Exhibits may include:
Medical bills incurred by Hal Jordan
Medical bills incurred by Billy Jordan
Photographs of the scene
Photographs of the Jordan vehicle and,the Jameson vehicle
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REQUEST FOR PRODUCTION NO. 1:
Please produce, or make available for inspection and
copying, any exhibit identified in response to Interrogatory No. 2.
ANSWER TO REQUEST FOR PRODUCTION NO. 1: The exhibits are available for inspection or
copying at the offices of Plaintiffs' counsel.
Respectfully submitted,
Matt Murdock
Attorney for Plaintiff
3772 Hotspur Avenue
Gotham City, AR 78787
(501) 372-3772
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I, Matt Murdock, certify that the above and foregoing has been furnished to the defendants by
mailing a copy of same to their attorneys, on this day of , 1996.
MATT MURDOCK
000035
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MARVEL COUNTY, ARKANSAS
HAL JORDAN et al.
VS.
J. JONAH JAMESON
O. JULIUS BANANABERRY
CONSOLIDATED FEDERAL MUTUAL
DOMESTIC INSURANCE COMPANY OF
SWEET HAVEN
PLAINTIFFS
Z E:k5FII'7
11^^^^17\^^
DEFENDANT
DEFENDANT
RESPONSE TO DEFENDANTS
MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT
Comes Hal Jordan, by and through his attorney, Matt Murdock, and for his Response to
defendant's Motion for Summary Judgment, states:
1. There are material questions of fact which remain to be decided.
2. The deposition of Benjamin J. Grimm is attached hereto as Exhibit A.
NO. CIV-93-1960
HAL JORDAN et al.
VS.
J. JONAH JAMESON
CONSOLIDATED FEDERAL MUTUAL
DOMESTIC INSURANCE COMPANY OF
SWEET HAVEN
PLAINTIFFS
DEFENDANT
DEFENDANT
3. Plaintiff hereby requests a hearing on Defendant's Motion.
4. A Brief is filed with this Response.
WHEREFORE, Defendant's Motion for Summary Judgment should be denied.
Respectfully submitted,
Matt Murdock
Attorney for Plaintiff
3772 Hotspur Avenue
Gotham AR 78787
(501) 372-3772
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I, Matt Murdock, certify that the above and foregoing has been furnished to the defendants by
mailing a copy of same to their attorneys, on this day of , 1996.
MATT MURDOCK
000036
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MARVEL COUNTY, ARKANSAS
BRIEF IN
RESPONSE TO DEFENDANTS
MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT
There may even be an exercise to write a brief on this topic. This is
just to show for the record that a brief was filed.
000037
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MARVEL COUNTY, ARKANSAS
HAL JORDAN
PLAINTIFF
VS. NO. CIV-93-1960
J. JONAH JAMESON
DEFENDANT
CONSOLIDATED FEDERAL MUTUAL
DOMESTIC INSURANCE COMPANY OF
SWEET HAVEN
DEFENDANT
ORAL DEPOSITION OF BENJAMIN J. GRIMM
APPEARANCES:
MR. HARVEY DENT, Attorney at Law
Attorney for Defendant J. Jonah Jameson
MR. MATT MURDOCK, Attorney at Law
Attorney for Plaintiff Hal Jordan
MR. RUMPOLE BAILEY, Attorney at Law
Attorney for Consolidated Insurance Company
Taken before Lana Lang, CCR Certificate # 666 on ,.
1996 at 222 Janus Way, Gotham City, Arkansas, commencing at
approximately 11:00 a.m.
000043
ANSWER AND DEPOSITION OF BENJAMIN J. GRIMM, a witness produced at the request of the
Defendant, was taken in the above styled and numbered cause on the
th day of
, 1996, before Lana Lang, CCR, a Notary Public in and for Marvel County, Arkansas,
at 222 Janus Way, Gotham City, Arkansas, at 11:00 a.m. pursuant to the agreement hereinafter set forth.
STIPULATIONS
IT IS STIPULATED AND AGREED BY and between the parties through their respective counsel
that the deposition of Benjamin J. Grimm may be taken at the time and place pursuant to Arkansas Rules
of Civil Procedure; and, that the formalities with regard to the taking of said deposition which are reserved
include presentation, reading, subscription by the witness, with notice of filing, filing, etc., being waived;
and, that all objections as to relevancy, materiality, and competency are expressly reserved, except as to
the form of questions, and may be raised if and when said deposition, or any part thereof, is so offered
at the trial of this case.
BENJAMIN J. GRIMM
the witness hereinbefore named, having been previously cautioned and sworn, or affirmed, to tell the truth,
the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, testified as follows:
000044
I
DIRECT EXAMINATION
2 MR. DENT:
3 Q. Could you state your name for the record?
4 A. My name is Benjamin J. Grimm.
5 Q. What do you do for a living, Mr. Grimm.
6 A. I am a police officer here in Marvel County, Arkansas.
7 Q. In the course of your duties as a police officer, did you have an occasion to investigate an
8 accident which occurred at the intersection of Thor Street and Lois Lane on April 1, 1995.
9 A. Yes, I did.
10 Q. When did you receive the call?
11 A. May I refer to my notes?
12 Q. Certainly.
13 A. Here it is. This is a police report I filled out regarding the accident. The time up here is 1:35. It
4 looks like this should say when the accident happened, but really what I do is fill in the time the
15 call comes over the radio. Chief O'Hara told us to do that. It's about as close to accurate as we
16 can get.
1 7 Q. Thank you, Officer Grimm, so you were called at 1:30.
18 A. Yes. I got the call at 1:35 and proceeded to the scene.
19 Q. What did you find when you got there?
20 A. The Spider, that was V1 on my report, pulled out from Thor Street. No, wait, that's backward.
21 It pulled out from Lois Lane and struck and Hornet, that was V2 on my report. The Spider was
22 driven by Mr. Jameson. The Hornet was driven by Mr. Jordan. When I got to the scene, both Mr.
23 Jordan and Mr. Jameson were kind of shaken up but neither appeared badly injured. The boy,
24 Billy Jordan, was still in the front seat of the Jordan vehicle. I could see he was hurt and the
25 ambulance technicians were working on him already. The first thing Mr. Jameson did was
26 complain that he could not see the stop sign and did not know it was there until after the wreck.
/-7 He showed me that the stop sign was hard to
`
see because of a tree on the Bananaberry property.
000045
1 Q. The Bananaberry property?
2 A. Yeah, Julius Bananaberry's house.
3 Q. Did the tree obscure the view of the sign?
4 A. Some. Well, yes. I don't know, but I'd say based on what I remember that Mr. Jameson had a
5 point. It was hard to see.
6 Q. Was any part of the sign visible?
7 A. Well, you could see the "S" and the bottom left comer of the sign through the branches if you
8 knew where to look.
9 Q. Could a reasonable motorist traveling west on Lois Lane know it was there?
10 MR. MURDOCK: I am going to have to object to the form of that question.
11 MR. DENT: Isn't this discovery?
12 MR. MURDOCK: Officer Grimm may be out of town on the trial date.
13 Q. Officer Grimm, will you be available to testify on September 31, 1996?
4 A. No, I'll be at a Star Trek convention in Moscow.
15 Q. I see. Then let me ask you this. If you had never driven west on Lois Lane before, and you had
16 no reason to believe that there was a stop sign there, and you were confronted with the view you
17 saw that day, could you have seen the sign in time to stop?
18 MR. MURDOCK: Objection to the form. You may answer, my objection is for the record.
19 A. I don't know.
20 Q. Well, was the sign visible coming up to Thor?
21 A. Not really. Part of it was if you knew where to look.
22 Q. How about the street, was it hard to see down Thor Street from Lois Lane?
23 A. It was very hard. You would have to stick your nose out into the street to be able to see
24 down Thor Street.
25 Q. Your nose?
26 A. I' m sorry, that's the way I say it. I mean the front of your car.
Q. Are you saying that in order to see down Thor Street, you would have to actually enter the
000046
I intersection?
2 A. Yeah, that's right. There were holly bushes and shrubs in the way.
3
4 CROSS EXAMINATION BY MR. MURDOCK:
5 Q: Was there anything unusual about the placement of the stop sign?
6 A. What do you mean?
7 Q: Well, was the stop sign where traffic signs are usually found in relation to the streets?
8 A. It was on a signpost, one of them metal sign posts, about five fee back from Thor, a foot off Lois,
9 and six foot high if that's what you're asking.
10 Q: It is. In other words, if you were approaching Thor and you were looking for a traffic sign, you
11 would look at the area around where the stop sign was.
12 A. I don't know. You mean if you knew there was a sign?
13 Q. If you thought there might be a sign.
1 4 A. I don't know how to answer that. The sign was where I said it was on my diagram. There was
15 a tree branch covering most of the sign. You could see part of the sign if you knew where to look.
16 That is all I can say about it.
17 Q. Is Thor Street a major thoroughfare in Gotham City?
18 A. Yes it is.
19 Q. How about Lois Lane?
20 A. Its a side street from a residential area.
21 Q. Thank you.
22
23 REDIRECT EXAMINATION BY MR. DENT:
24 Q. What color was the sign post?
25 A. Green.
26 Q. No further questions.
27
000047
NO. CIV-93-1960
J. JONAH JAMESON
CONSOLIDATED FEDERAL MUTUAL
DOMESTIC INSURANCE COMPANY OF
SWEET HAVEN
DEFENDANT
DEFENDANT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MARVEL COUNTY, ARKANSAS
HAL JORDAN et al.
VS.
PLAINTIFFS
ORDER
On this day of , 1996, comes on to be heard the Motion for
Summary Judgment filed herein by Defendant J. Jonah Jameson. Defendant Consolidated orally joined
in the motion at the hearing. The Court has considered the Motion, the Affidavits and the Deposition
submitted herein, the briefs, and the oral arguments of the parties, and concludes that Defendant's Motion
for Summary Judgment should be denied.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
N. Decisive
Circuit Judge
Prepared by:
Matt Murdock
Attorney for Plaintiff
3772 Hotspur Avenue
Gotham City, AR
000048
( IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MARVEL COUNTY, ARKANSAS
HAL JORDAN et al.
PLAINTIFFS
VS. NO. CIV-93-1 960
J. JONAH JAMESON
DEFENDANT
CONSOLIDATED FEDERAL MUTUAL
DOMESTIC INSURANCE COMPANY OF
SWEET HAVEN
DEFENDANT
MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT OF
DEFENDANT CONSOLIDATED FEDERAL
MUTUAL DOMESTIC INSURANCE COMPANY
OF SWEET HAVEN
Comes Separate Defendant Consolidated Federal Mutual Domestic Insurance Company of Sweet
Haven, and for its Motion for Summary Judgment hereby states:
1 . Separate Defendant Consolidated Federal Mutual Domestic Insurance Company of Sweet
Haven issued an insurance policy, policy number 0000006, on a 1 962 Volkswagen Bug owned by Plaintiff
Hal Jordan.
2. On the date of the accident, Mr. Jordan was driving a Hornet owned by his sister, Jane Grey.
Ms. Grey lives in the same house as Mr. Jordan. The Hornet was insured by Bob's Friendly Insurance
Company. Ms. Grey rejected underinsured motorist coverage on that vehicle in writing.
3. The Hornet was available for regular use by the Plaintiff. Therefore there is no coverage under
the policy. The relevant policy provision is attached to this Motion as Exhibit A.
4. Excerpts from the deposition of Hal Jordan are attached hereto as Exhibit B.
5. Excerpts from the deposition of Jane Grey are attached hereto as Exhibit C.
WHEREFORE, the Separate Defendant Consolidated Federal Mutual Domestic Insurance
Company of Sweet Haven prays that its Motion for Summary Judgment be granted.
Respectfully submitted,
Rumpole Bailey
Attorney for Consolidated
Suite 3201
Humongous National Bank Bldg.
Main and Center
Gotham City, AR 77889
( 501 ) 555-7777
illl!
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I, Rumpole Bailey, hereby certify that I have mailed a true and correct copy of the above Answer
to Matt Murdock, Attorney for Plaintiff, and Harvey Dent, Attorney for Defendant Jameson, by regular mail
with the required postage prepaid this day of , 1996.
Rumpole Bailey
000050
EXHIBIT A
EXCERPTS FROM INSURANCE POLICY
UNDERINSURED MOTOR VEHICLE ENDORSEMENT
You have this coverage if an "x" appears on your declaration page in the coverage space for
underinsured motor vehicle coverage.
We will pay damages for bodily injury an insured is legally entitled to collect from the owner or
driver of an underinsured motor vehicle. The bodily injury must be caused by accident arising out of the
operation, maintenance or use of an underinsured motor vehicle.
There is no coverage until the limits of liability of all bodily injury liability insurance policies that
apply to the insured's bodily injury have been exhausted by payment of judgments or settlement.
WHAT IS AN UNDERINSURED MOTOR VEHICLE? An underinsured motor vehicle is a land
motor vehicle which is insured for bodily injury liability at the time of the accident but the limits of such
bodily injury liability insurance are less than the amount needed to compensate the insured for damages
An underinsured motor vehicle does not include a land motor vehicle:
1. Insured under the liability coverage of this policy.
2. Furnished for the regular use of you, your spouse or any family member living in the
same household.
3. Owned by any government, political subdivision, or agency.
4. Designed for use mainly off public roads, except while being operated on public roads.
5. Defined by your policy as an uninsured motor vehicle.
Substitute Motor Vehicle.
WHO IS AN INSURED FOR THIS COVERAGE? Your underinsured motor vehicle coverage
insures:
1. The first person named on the declarations page.
2. His or her spouse.
3. Family members of the first person named on the declarations page.
4. Any other person while occupying a car named on the declarations page, with your
consent or the consent of a member of your family.
000051
EXCLUSIONS FOR UNDERINSURED MOTOR VEHICLE COVERAGE:
There is no coverage for bodily injury to an insured while occupying a motor vehicle owned by you, your
spouse or any relative to lives in the same home with you if it is not insured for this coverage under this
policy.
DEFINITIONS:
"Family" means any person or persons who are related to the first person named on the declarations page
by blood, marriage or adoption, and who reside in the same household as the first person named on the
declarations page.
0 00052
EXHIBIT B
1 CROSS EXAMINATION BY MR BAILEY:
2 Q. Now Mr. Jordan, how many cars do you have?
3 A. Three.
4 Q. And all are insured by us?
5 A. Yes.
6 Q. You rejected Underinsured Motorist Coverage on two of them, is that correct?
7 A. Yes.
8 Q. That would be the 1963 Volkswagen and the 1974 Volkswagen.
9 A. Yes.
10 Q. And why did you keep Underinsured coverage on the 1962 Volkswagen.
11 A. My agent didn't say anything about it.
12 Q. Would you have rejected it.
13 A. I don't know. It's my main car. It's the one I usually drive. I don't know what I would have done.
14 Q. You were driving your sister's car.
15 A. Yes.
16 Q. Can you drive your sister's car whenever you need it?
17 A. Well, she usually lets me.
000053
Q. Has she ever refused to let you use it.
A.
Well, not refused, but sometimes she needs it, and she tells me. And I'll have to drive another
3 one of mine. But really, I haven't asked very often. I usually drive my Bug.
4 Q. You have two Bugs, don't you.
5 A. Yes, I mean my older Bug. Anyway, but it was being painted, so I asked Jane if I could drive her
6 and she said yes.
7 Q. You and Jane live in the same house?
8 A. Yes. It's a duplex.
9 Q. Do you own it?
10 A. No, we're renting it.
11 Q. Do you rent it together, or separately.
12 A. Separately. We each pay $225 a month.
13 Q. Do you share expenses on anything?
4 A. Food. I hate to shop, and I hate to cook. Jane shops, and she usually cooks. Also, for some
15 reason, there's only one water bill. We split it straight down the middle.
16 Q Well then, you are really living in the same household .. .
17 MR. MURDOCK: Objection, calls for a legal conclusion.
18 MR. BAILEY: Curses, foiled again.
19 BY MR. BAILEY:
20 Q. Is there a door between the two homes?
21 A. No. We wanted to knock one out, but the landlord said no.
22 Q. You wanted to install a door between the two apartments?
23 A. Yes.
24 Q. And your landlord refused.
25 A. Yes.
26 Q. Why did you want to install a door between the two apartments
27
A. Because we go back and forth a lot. I usually eat dinner over there.
000054
1 Q. What about breakfast?
2 A. Pop Tarts. Every day.
3 Q. What about lunch.
4 A. On weekends.
5 Q. On weekends you eat on Jane's side of the house.
6
MR. MURDOCK: Objection to the characterization of Jane's apartment as her side of the house.
7 MR. RUMPOLE: Mr. Murdock, this is a discovery deposition. You're coaching your witness.
8 MR. MURDOCK: No, I'm not. I' m just objecting to your erroneous characterization of the
9 testimony.
10 BY MR. RUMPOLE:
11 Q. Do you eat lunch, on weekends, in Jane's kitchen.
12 A. No. We eat in the den.
13 Q. Which den.
14 A. Over on Jane's side of the house.
15 MR. RUMPOLE: No further questions.
000055
I EXHIBIT C
2 DIRECT EXAMINATION BY MR. RUMPOLE:
3 Q. Please tell us your name, ma'am.
4 A. Jane Grey.
5 Q. Where do you live?
6 A. 281 Krypton Avenue, Apartment 2.
7 Q. And your brother lives in Apartment 1.
8 A. Yes.
9 Q. Tell us about your living arrangements.
10 A. I live alone. Hal and his son, Billy, live over on the other side.
Q. How did you come to live in the duplex?
A. Well, I was moving back to town right about the same time Hal was getting a divorce. We all
3 moved in with Mom for about a month, and then she found us these apartments.
4 Q. Do you share any expenses?
5 A. We share the living expenses, except rent, electricity, clothing, and gas.
6 Q. What expenses then, do you share.
7 A. Food for one. Hal hates to shop. And when he would shop, he tried to do it real fast, so he never
8 got a bargain, and he bought stuff he didn't know how to cook, so he burned it or destroyed it,
9 then he came over to my place to eat. We finally decided I'd do the shopping and the cooking,
10 and he'd pay his share of the food.
11 Q. Any other expenses?
12 A. Somehow, when they turned the water on, they just put it on one account. So we just split it.
13 Q. Any other expenses?
4 A. Hal fixes the cars. I don't know how.
15 Q. Speaking of what's the situation with your cars?
16 A. Well, Hal has three, so he keeps one of them in my driveway.
17 Q. Which one.
18 A. The Rabbit.
19 Q. Who drives which car or cars?
20 A. Hal usually drives the older Bug. He's restoring the newer one. It still runs, but he's trying to fix
21 it up. I drive the Hornet. That's the one in the accident.
22 Q. Does Hal have permission to use your car whenever he wants to?
23 A. Well, we would ask before we use each others I even would ask before I took the Rabbit.
24 He doesn't use my car much, and I don't use any of his, unless something is going on.
25 Q. Which is why he was using the Hornet?
26 A. Yes, he was having his car painted.
_7 Q. Why wouldn't he have driven one of his cars?
000057
1 A. Like I said, he's trying to fix up the newer Bug.
Since my car was behind the Rabbit, he took
2 mine.
3 Q. What do you mean, your car was behind the Rabbit?
4 A. We have these narrow driveways, so we have to park in a line. The Hornet was behind the
5 Rabbit. So he asked me if he could take my car.
6 Q. Did you have to give him the keys?
7 A. No, he keeps the keys to all the cars on his key ring.
8 Q. Do you have the keys to his cars.
9 A. The Rabbit I do. The old Bug, I think I do.
10 Q. And the other one?
11 A. I doubt it.
12 Q. Have you ever refused to let Hal use your car?
13 A. Refused? No. Once I was going somewhere and he wanted to get a new tire for the old Bug, and
4 it was jacked up at the time, so I asked him to take the Rabbit so I could have my car, is that what
15 you're talking about?
16 Q. I don't know.
17 A. Well, that would be the only time you might say I didn't let Hal use my car. But if he had needed
18 my car instead of just a car, it would have been fine. I'd just rather drive my car rather than the
19 Rabbit. Hal understood. He didn't have any problem with it.
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22
23
24
25
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MARVEL COUNTY, ARKANSAS
HAL JORDAN et al.
PLAINTIFFS
VS.
NO. CIV-93-1960
J. JONAH JAMESON
DEFENDANT
CONSOLIDATED FEDERAL MUTUAL
DOMESTIC INSURANCE COMPANY OF
SWEET HAVEN
DEFENDANT
PLAINTIFF'S RESPONSE TO
MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT OF
DEFENDANT CONSOLIDATED FEDERAL
MUTUAL DOMESTIC INSURANCE COMPANY
OF SWEET HAVEN
Comes the Plaintiff, Hal Jordan, individually and as Next Friend and Natural Guardian of Billy
Jordan, a minor, by and through his attorneys, Matt Murdock, and for his Response to the Motion for
Summary Judgment filed herein by Separate Defendant Consolidated Federal Mutual Domestic Insurance
Company of Sweet Haven, states:
1. The exclusion Separate Defendant Consolidated relies on is inapplicable because Hal Jordan
and Jane Grey do not reside in the same household.
2. In the alternative, there is a question of fact for the jury whether Hal Jordan and Jane Grey
reside in the same household.
3. The Hornet was a substitute vehicle for Plaintiffs 1962 Volkswagen Bug. Plaintiffs 1962
Volkswagen Bug was being painted on the day of the accident. It was painted lime green, and decals
representing flames were affixed thereto in the traditional fashion.
4. The affidavits of Jane Grey and Hal Jordan are attached hereto.
5. A brief is filed contemporaneously herewith.
Wherefore, Separate Defendant Consolidated's Motion for Summary Judgment should be denied.
Respectfully submitted,
Matt Murdock
Attorney for Plaintiff
3772 Hotspur Avenue
Gotham City, AR 78787
(501) 372-3772
000059
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I, Matt Murdock, certify that the above and foregoing has been furnished to the defendants by
mailing a copy of same to their attorneys, on this day of , 1996.
MATT MURDOCK
000060
AFFIDAVIT
State of Arkansas )(
County of Marvel )(
Before the undersigned, Selena Kyle, duly qualified and acting in and for said county and state,
appeared Hal Jordan to be the affiant herein, who stated the following under oath:
1. Jane Grey and I do not live in the same household. We live in separate apartments.
2. I was using Jane's car because my 1962 Volkswagen was being painted green. Decals
representing flames were placed on my car. That decoration took a lot of time.
3. I have read this affidavit, and it is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.
FURTHER AFFIANT SAYETH NOT.
Hal Jordan
VERIFICATION
I, Hal Jordan, do hereby certify and state on oath, that the above and foregoing facts are true and
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Hal Jordan
ACKNOWLEDGMENT
State of Arkansas)
County of Marvel )
SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN to before me, a Notary Public, this day of
, 1996.
NOTARY PUBLIC
My Commission Expires:
000061
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MARVEL COUNTY, ARKANSAS
HAL JORDAN et al.
PLAINTIFFS
NO. CIV-93-1960
J. JONAH JAMESON
DEFENDANT
CONSOLIDATED FEDERAL MUTUAL
DOMESTIC INSURANCE COMPANY OF
SWEET HAVEN
DEFENDANT
ORDER
On this day of
, comes on to be heard the Motion for Summary
Judgment filed herein by Defendant Consolidated Federal Mutual Domestic Insurance Company of Sweet
Haven. The Court has considered the Motion, the Affidavits and the Deposition submitted herein, the
briefs, and the oral arguments of the parties, and concludes that Defendant's Motion for Summary
Judgment should be granted.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
N. Decisive
000062
Circuit Judge
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MARVEL COUNTY, ARKANSAS
HAL JORDAN et al.
J. JONAH JAMESON
CONSOLIDATED FEDERAL MUTUAL
DOMESTIC INSURANCE COMPANY OF
SWEET HAVEN
PLAINTIFFS
NO. CIV-93-1960
DEFENDANT
DEFENDANT
ORDER
On this day of , comes on to be heard the Motion to Dismiss for
Failure to State a Cause of Action. The Court has considered the Motion, the Affidavits and the Deposition
submitted herein, the briefs, and the oral arguments of the parties, and concludes that Defendant's Motion
NO. CIV-93-1960
HAL JORDAN et al.
VS.
J. JONAH JAMESON
CONSOLIDATED FEDERAL MUTUAL
DOMESTIC INSURANCE COMPANY OF
SWEET HAVEN
PLAINTIFFS
DEFENDANT
DEFENDANT
to Dismiss should be denied.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
N. Decisive
Circuit Judge
000063
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MARVEL COUNTY, ARKANSAS
JUDGMENT
On February 29, 1996, this cause of action came on to be heard, Plaintiffs Hal Jordan and Billy
Jordan appearing in person and by their attorney Matt Murdock, and Defendant J. Jonah Jameson
appearing in person and by his attorney Harvey Dent, and all parties announcing ready for trial, whereupon
a jury composed of twelve jurors of the regular panel of petit jurors of this Court for this term was selected,
impaneled, and sworn according to law to try the issues of act arising herein; and after hearing the
evidence adduced, the instructions of the Court, and arguments of counsel, said jury retired to consider
its verdict and, after deliberating thereon for a time, returned into open Court the following verdict:
We, the jury, apportion fault as follows:
Hal Jordan 0%
J. Jordan Jameson 90%
0. J. Bananaberry 10%
/s/ John Langdon
Nicholas Gilman
Nathaniel Gorham
Rufus King
William Samuel Johnson
Roger Sherman
Thomas Mifflin
Robert Morris
Charles C. Pinckney
We, the jury, assess damages as follows:
Hal Jordan $10,000.00
Billy Jordan $35,000.00
J. Jonah Jameson -0-
Is! Alex Hamilton
Foreman
It is therefore considered, ordered, and adjudged that the Plaintiff Hal Jordan have judgment
against the Defendant J. Jonah Jameson and O. Julius Bananaberry in the amount of $10,000.00; that the
Plaintiff Billy Jordan have judgment against the Defendant J. Jonah Jameson and O. Julius Bananaberry
in the amount of $35,000., together with costs herein accrued.
Judgment is hereby entered in favor of Plaintiff Hal Jordan on the Counterclaim of J. Jonah
Jameson.
Post judgment interest shall accrue at the legal rate until such time as the judgment is satisfied.
N. DECISIVE
CIRCUIT JUDGE
APPROVED AS TO FORM:
HARVEY DENT
MATT MURDOCK
JACQUELINE HYDE
J. JONAH JAMESON
CONSOLIDATED FEDERAL MUTUAL
DOMESTIC INSURANCE COMPANY OF
SWEET HAVEN
DEFENDANT
DEFENDANT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MARVEL COUNTY, ARKANSAS
HAL JORDAN et al.
VS.
PLAINTIFFS
NO. CIV-93-1960
NOTICE OF APPEAL
Comes the Defendant, J. Jonah Jameson, and for his Notice of Appeal states:
1. That Defendant Jameson appeals to the Supreme Court of Arkansas from a Judgment entered
in this Court on March 8, 1996.
2. That Defendant designates the entire record, including all stenographically recorded
proceedings, to be the record on appeal.
Respectfully Submitted,
HARVEY DENT
Attorney for Defendant
222 Janus Way
Gotham City, AR 77889
(501) 222-2222
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I, Harvey Dent, certify that the above and foregoing has been furnished to the defendants by
mailing a copy of same to their attorneys, on this day of , 1996.
HARVEY DENT
000065
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MARVEL COUNTY, ARKANSAS
FIRST DIVISION
HAL JORDAN
PLAINTIFF
VS. NO. CIV-93-1960
J. JONAH JAMESON and
O. JULIUS BANANABERRY, and
CONSOLIDATED FEDERAL MUTUAL
DOMESTIC INSURANCE COMPANY OF SWEET HAVEN
DEFENDANT
NOTICE OF APPEAL
1. The Defendant, O. Julius Bananaberry, by and through his attorneys, Runne, Laquelle and
Hyde, hereby gives notice of his appeal to the Supreme Court of Arkansas from judgment in favor of Hal
Jordan, Defendant against O. Julius Bananaberry, J. Jonah Jameson, Plaintiff, entered on
2. Appellant hereby designates the entire record and all proceedings, exhibits, evidence and
documents introduced into evidence to be contained in the record on appeal.
3. The transcript has been ordered from Sheba Shaft, whose address is 101 Main, Gotham
City, Arkansas, the reporter of the proceedings in this case.
4. The appeal is taken to the Supreme Court of Arkansas pursuant to Rule 1-2(a)(16) of the
Rules of the Supreme Court because it involves the interpretation of the law of torts.
Filed this day of , 1996.
Respectfully submitted,
Jacqueline Hyde
Runne, Laquelle & Hyde
Gotham City, AR 78983
BY
Jacqueline Hyde
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I, Jacqueline Hyde, hereby certify that a copy of the above and foregoing document has been
served on Hal Jordan, J. Jonah Jameson, and Consolidated Federal Mutual Domestic Insurance Company
of Sweet Haven, this day of , 1996.
Jacqueline Hyde
J. JONAH JAMESON
CONSOLIDATED FEDERAL MUTUAL
DOMESTIC INSURANCE COMPANY OF
SWEET HAVEN
DEFENDANT
DEFENDANT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MARVEL COUNTY, ARKANSAS
HAL JORDAN et al.
VS.
PLAINTIFFS
NO. CIV-93-1960
NOTICE OF CROSS APPEAL
Come the Plaintiffs, Hal Jordan and Billy Jordan, and for their Notice of Cross Appeal state:
1. That they appeal from the Judgment of this Court entered on March 6, 1996, and from the
Order of this Court of December 16, 1995 granting summary judgment to Consolidated Federal Mutual
Domestic Insurance Company of Sweet Haven.
2. That they designate no additional material to be a part of the record on appeal.
Respectfully Submitted,
Matt Murdock
Attorney for Plaintiff
3772 Hotspur Avenue
Gotham City, AR 78787
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I, Matt Murdock, certify that the above and foregoing has been furnished to the defendants by
mailing a copy of same to their attorneys, on this day of , 1996.
MATT MURDOCK
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MARVEL COUNTY, ARKANSAS
HAL JORDAN et al.
VS.
J. JONAH JAMESON
O. JULIUS BANANABERRY
CONSOLIDATED FEDERAL MUTUAL
DOMESTIC INSURANCE COMPANY OF
SWEET HAVEN
PLAINTIFFS
NO. CIV-93-1960
DEFENDANT
DEFENDANT
DEFENDANT
JURY TRIAL
BE IT REMEMBERED, that on the 29th day of February, 1996, before the HONORABLE N.
DECISIVE, the above styled matter came on for trial by jury with counsel appearing as follows:
APPEARANCES:
MR. MATT MURDOCK, Esq., on behalf of Plaintiff.
MR. HARVEY DENT, Esq., on behalf of Defendant J. Jonah Jameson.
MS. JACQUELINE HYDE, Esq., on behalf of Defendant O. Julius Bananaberry.
PROCEEDINGS
THE COURT: Mr. Murdock, you may call your first witness.
MR. MURDOCK: I call Hal Jordan, your Honor.
HAL JORDAN
having been called by and on behalf of the plaintiff, and having been duly sworn, was examined and
testified as follows:
Q: Please state your name and address?
A: Hal Jordan, 281 Krypton Avenue, Apartment 1. Gotham City.
Q: Were you injured in a motor vehicle accident on April 1 of last year?
A: Yes.
Q: Please tell us, in your own words, what happened.
A:
Well, I was taking my son, Billy, to stay with his mother for a few days. I was on Thor Street when
this jerk ran...
MR. DENT: Objection to the characterization.
THE COURT: Mr. Jordan, I insist that everyone in this court behaves properly. Do not use abusive
language toward any person. Period. You may tell the jury what you saw and heard, but you may not
describe anyone as a "jerk." Do you understand? (witness nods affirmatively). Ladies and gentlemen of
the Jury, please disregard that remark by Mr. Jordan.
BY MR. DENT:
A: Anyway, this other car came out of Lois Lane and blew right through the stop sign. He didn't even
put on his brakes. The front right part of my car his the driver's side front part of this other car.
Then my airbag came up right in my face.
Q: Were you hurt?
A: Yes. I immediately felt a sharp pain in my shoulder. But I looked over at Billy and saw that he
had blood on his head, and that he really looked dazed.
Q: Is there any way you could have avoided the accident?
- A: No. I saw him coming through that stop sign just a split second before he hit me. He was coming
pretty fast too. There was nothing I could do to avoid the accident.
Q: Was there anything that interfered with the visibility at the intersection?
A: Yes. There are trees, and there is a hedge row of holly bushes and other shrubs. In order for
someone to really see down Thor Street from Lois Lane, he would have to get into the
intersection. Also, one of the trees kind of hid the stop sign.
Q: What were your injuries?
A: Well, I went to the doctor and he said I had a hairline fracture of the shoulder.
Q. Were you off work because of the accident?
A. Yes, I was off about a month.
Q. Were you ready to go back to work when you returned?
A. No.
Q. Why did you do so?
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MR. DENT: I object, Your Honor, we're getting into hearsay.
THE COURT: How so?
MR. DENT: Based on his answer to this question in his deposition, he is going to testify as to
what his boss told him, and that's hearsay.
MR. MURDOCK: It's not for the truth of the matter asserted.
THE COURT: Well, he can't say what someone else said unless there's an exception.
MR. MURDOCK: Again, the purpose of this is not to show the truth of the matter asserted.
THE COURT: Either tell me the exception or let's move on.
MR. MURDOCK: Your Honor, it's not hearsay.
THE COURT: Let me ask you thisIs the boss unavailable?
MR. JORDAN: He said he would fire me if we dragged him into court.
THE COURT: Please, Mr. Jordan.
MR. JORDAN: I'm sorry.
THE COURT: Is there any reason under 804 that he's unavailable?
MR. MURDOCK: No. That's not our argument.
THE COURT: Is there an exception under 803?
MR. MURDOCK: No, again.
THE COURT: Let's move on. Strike any testimony about what his boss said. Ladies and
gentlemen of the jury, disregard any statement the boss may have made. It's hearsay.
BY MR. MURDOCK:
Q: What is your monthly income Mr. Jordan?
A: I am paid $3,500.00 per month.
Q: And how much pay did you lose because of the accident?
A: One month's pay.
Q: Did you incur medical bills because of your injuries?
A: Of course. My bills totalled $2,750.00.
MR. DENT: Your Honor, counsel has stipulated to that amount. We also stipulate that Billy
Jordan's medical bills were $11,500.00.
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THE COURT: Of course. Will it be necessary to put the bills into evidence then?
MR. MURDOCK: I don't believe that anyone will need to see them, Your Honor.
Q: What car were you driving sir?
A: A 1965 Green Hornet. It was in mint condition, and was really a classy car.
Q: Were you able to get it repaired?
A: Yes, but it will never be the same. The repairs cost just over $4,000, $4,100 to be exact.
MR. DENT: Objection. This is not relevant. He did not own the
It belonged to his sister and
she has not sued for any damages.
MR. JORDAN: But I paid to have it fixed.
MR. MURDOCK: Your Honor, I am just putting this testimony in to show the severity of the
impact.
THE COURT: Alright. Its in for the limited purpose of showing the severity of the impact.
Q: Describe the damage to the car, not in terms of the dollar valuejust tell the jury what happened
to the car.
A: Well, the bumper was just about ripped off. They had to completely replace the bumper. The
fender on the passenger's side was smashed in and ruined, and I spent days in salvage yards
looking for a 1965 Hornet fender. The headlight had to be replaced. The airbag had to be
repaired. The front windshield was cracked where Billy hit it. And the dashboard on the
passenger's side had a dent in it.
Q: Physically, how are you and Billy doing now?
A. Billy is doing fine now, although he was in a lot of pain all last summer. My shoulder still aches
occasionally, especially in damp weather.
Q: One last question: are you sure that Mr. Jameson ran the stop sign?
A: Positive. I slowed down, looked both ways, and then started out into the intersection. He never
stopped. He never even slowed down.
MR. MURDOCK: Pass the witness.
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CROSS EXAMINATION BY HARVEY DENT:
Q: Mr. Jordan, you were taking your son to your ex-wife's house for a visit, weren't you?
A: Yes. I do that about every week or so.
Q: And you drive past this intersection at least once every week?
A: Yes.
Q: In fact, you live only about a mile from the intersection, and your ex-wife lives only about a block
from it, right?
A: Right.
Q: So you are pretty familiar with this intersection, aren't you?
A: Well, I've been there many times before.
Q: And you have approached it from the west, on Lois Lane, haven't you? That is the direction you
would come from coming back from your ex-wife's house?
A: Yes, of course.
Q: And you have seen the stop sign there, haven't you?
A: Yes, I have.
Q: It's got a big bush growing beside it, doesn't it?
A: Yes, that's true.
Q: And someone who was not as familiar with the intersection as you might not see it there in the
bushes?
A: I don't see how anyone, approaching such a busy intersection, would keep going without realizing
there had to be a stop sign or a stop light there. And there sure isn't a stop light anywhere
around.
Q: About your son. Billy was in the passenger seat wasn't he?
A: Yes.
Q: You knew he wasn't wearing his seat belt, didn't you?
MR. MURDOCK: Objection. There is a statute that says you cannot admit evidence that someone
was not wearing a seat belt as evidence going to either liability or damages.
MR. DENT: Your Honor, I am going to show that Billy would not have suffered any injury
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but for the fact he was not wearing his seat belt. The statute is an unconstitutional invasion of this Court's
prerogative to determine the admissibility of evidence and to control court proceedings. It denies my client
equal protection. It denies my client a due process right to be heard by the jury. After all, even assuming
my client was responsible for the accident, it still wasn't my client's negligence that caused Billy's injury
THE COURT: Let's resolve this later in chambers. For the moment, no more discussion of seat
belts.
MR. DENT: You testified about the repair bills to the But you don't own the 1 965 Hornet do
you?
A: Well, it actually belongs to my sister. But I drive it all the time.
Q: Your sister has not filed suit for the damage to the has she?
A: Well, no.
MR. DENT: No further questions.
MR. MURDOCK: Nothing further.
THE COURT: Mr. Murdock, your next witness?
MR. MURDOCK: I am going to call Officer Benjamin Grimm, your Honor.
BENJAMIN GRIMM
having been called by and on behalf of the plaintiff, and having been duly sworn, was examined and
testified as follows:
Q: Please state your name and occupation.
A: I am Benjamin Grimm. I am a patrolman with the Gotham City Police Department.
Q: Officer Grimm, did you investigate an accident which occurred on April 1 of last year involving Mr.
Jordan and Mr. Jameson?
A: I did.
Q: Your Honor, may the witness step down to the chalkboard? Ok. Officer Grimm, on this chalkboard
we have drawn a diagram of the intersection of Thor and Lois Lane. That's where the accident
occurred?
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A: Yes.
Q: Would you show the ladies and gentlemen of the jury where the two vehicles were when you
arrived?
A: Jameson's vehicle was here and Jordan's vehicle was right there. [witness marks chalkboard]
Q: And where are the stop signs at this intersection? Mark each of them with an "x". [Witness
complies].
Q: Thank you. Now were there any skid marks or debris?
A: Yes. Along here. There was broken glass here. There was also a hubcap lying there. I believe
that the hubcap indicates the approximate area of impact. [witness marks chalkboard]
Q: Did you bring the hubcap?
A: Yes. I have it right here.
Q: Your honor, I move for the admission of the hubcap as Plaintiffs Exhibit 1.
MR. DENT: Objection. That was not on his exhibit list.
MR. MURDOCK: I only discovered this morning, Your Honor, that Officer Grimm kept the hubcap.
MR. DENT: I further object that the exhibit is not authenticated.
THE COURT: It looks like a hubcap to me.
MR. DENT: Well, there is no proof it came from either vehicle.
THE COURT: Did you notice if either vehicle was missing its hubcap?
OFFICER GRIMM: I don't remember.
MR. DENT: This hubcap says "Edsel" in fine print on the rim. Neither of these people were
driving an Edsel.
THE COURT: Let me see that. I can't quite make it out. We'll just let the jury decide. It is
admitted.
MR. MURDOCK: That's all I have.
CROSS EXAMINATION BY MR. DENT:
Q. Officer Grimm, do you remember when I took your deposition?
A. Yes, sir.
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Q. And in your deposition, were you sworn to tell the truth?
A. Yes, sir.
Q. Now, in your deposition, did you mention anything about this hubcap?
MR. MURDOCK: Objection, Your Honor, he wasn't asked anything about a hubcap.
MR. DENT: We didn't know anything about a hubcap.
MR. MURDOCK: Nevertheless, there's no reason to be confronting him with his deposition.
THE COURT: Let's move on.
Q. Also, in your deposition, did we ask if you would be available to testify today.
A. Yes.
Q. And what did you tell us.
A. I was going to be at a Star Trek convention in Moscow.
Q. But you are here today.
A. Is that a question?
Q. Yes, aren't you here, right here, right now, in this courtroom?
A. Yes, of course I'm here.
Q. Can you explain the rather glaring inconsistency in your testimony?
A. Yes. Due to circumstances unknown at the time the convention was planned, the extreme cold
weather in Moscow makes it very difficult to keep facial prostheses attached. When the promoters
found out about this problem, the convention was postponed until later in the year.
Q. Facial what?
A. Facial prostheses. You know. The Vulcan ears, the Klingon foreheads. They fall off. It destroys
the effect.
Q: Ok, back to the accident. Did you look at the stop signs at the intersection after the accident?
A: Uh-huh.
Q: And the stop sign here, that's the one that Mr. Jameson would see as he approached the
intersection, isn't it?
A: Uh-huh.
Q: Was this stop sign obscured by a bush?
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A: Uh-huh.
Q: In your opinion, could Mr. Jameson have missed it as he approached the intersection?
A: Uh-huh.
Q: Could he have missed it, because it was hidden, even if he were playing attention?
MR. MURDOCK: Objection. It calls for speculation.
MR. DENT: Not really. This is like a Rule 701 situation. He is a lay witness who actually saw
the stop sign, and his opinion would be helpful to the jury in understanding how obscured the stop sign
was.
THE COURT: Are we going to have any pictures of this stop sign and the bush or whatever that
was obscuring it?
MR. MURDOCK: I am afraid not. A city crew cut the foliage back the day after the accident.
THE COURT: I will allow the question.
MR. DENT: Could Mr. Jameson, in your opinion, have missed that stop sign even if he was
paying attention?
A: Uh-huh.
MR. DENT: No further questions.
THE COURT: Mr. Murdock, your next witness?
MR. MURDOCK: I am going to call Clark Kent next, your Honor.
CLARK KENT
having been called by and on behalf of the plaintiff, and having been duly sworn, was examined and
testified as follows:
Q: Please state your name, address and occupation?
A: Clark Kent. I live at 1234 Uebermensch Avenue. I am a reporter with the Daily Planet.
Q: On April 1 of last year, did you witness a car wreck at the intersection of Lois and Thor?
A: I did.
Q: Tell us what happened?
A: I was coming out of the telephone booth and I heard a loud motor noise, like a car going really
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fast. And I thought "that's too fast for these streets." I looked up and I saw these two cars run
into each other in the middle of the intersection.
Q: Do you know which car it was that was going too fast?
A: It was the Spider. I later found out that the driver's name was Jameson.
Q: Did Mr. Jameson stop for the stop sign?
A: No, he did not.
MR. MURDOCK: Your witness.
CROSS EXAMINATION BY HARVEY DENT:
Q: You told my investigator that you had been changing shirts in the telephone booth, right?
A: Well, that's true.
Q: And you took off your glasses when you changed shirts, didn't you?
A: I had to.
Q: And you didn't have your glasses on at the moment of the accident, did you?
A: Well, no.
Q: You are nearsighted, aren't you Mr. Kent? In fact, you are pretty badly nearsighted, aren't you?
A: The doctor says I am down almost ten diopters in both eyes. I don't really know what that
means.
Q: You really see well enough to tell which car was making the loud engine noise, can you?
A: Well, I think it was the Spider.
Q: But you're not sure any more, are you?
A: I still think it was the Spider. The noise seemed to come more from my left, and that's the side
the Spider was coming from.
MR. DENT: Nothing further.
MR. MURDOCK: Nothing further.
THE COURT: Mr. Murdock, you may call your next witness.
MR. MURDOCK: Your Honor, I call Dr. Reed Richards.
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REED RICHARDS, M.D.
having been called by and on behalf of the plaintiff, and having been duly sworn, was examined and
testified as follows:
Q: Dr. Richards, could you please state your name for the record, please?
A: My name is Reed Richards.
Q: And what is your profession?
A: I am a medical doctor. I am a general practitioner.
Q: And where do you practice?
A: I practice at the Family Medical Practice.
Q: And where is that located?
A: In the Baxter Building. We're on the top floor.
Q: Could you tell us a little bit about your education?
A: I graduated from Gotham City High. I went to Yale University for my undergraduate degree, then
returned to Arkansas and attended medical school at the University of Arkansas. I did my
residency in Little Rock, then returned to Gotham City to practice. I have been practicing with my
three partners here in Gotham City since 1978.
Q: In the course of your practice, have you treated Mr. Hal Jordan?
A: Yes. He is a regular patient of mine.
Q: When did you first see Mr. Jordan?
A: I first saw him in 1980. He had an injury to his hand.
Q: Was that a serious injury?
A: Fortunately, no. If it hadn't been for his ring, though, he might have lost a finger.
Q: Have you treated him for anything else?
A: Colds, the flu, and a bout of pneumonia after a camping trip. Let's see. There's an ingrown
toenail in 1985. He gets a checkup every two years or so. Okay, in 1989, he pulled some
muscles in his back while on a camping trip. That resolved. He had his appendix out in 1992.
That's about it.
Q: Other than the pulled muscles in 1989, and the hand injury, have you treated him for any
orthopedic problems?
A: Not until 1995, when he had a car wreck.
Q: We'll get to that. As far as the back injury in 1989, you said that resolved.
A: Yes, we did therapy for a few weeks and it was fine.
Q: To your knowledge, has he been treated by any other physician, other than yourself, since you
first started seeing him.
A: Well, I sent him to a surgeon for the appendicitis. Dr. John Storm, one of my partners, saw him
once while I was in Hawaii. Other than that, no.
Q: Have you ever treated his son, Billy?
A: Not until the 1995 car wreck.
Q: What was Hal Jordan's condition when you first saw him after the accident?
A: Well, he was complaining of a sore shoulder, plus some cuts and bruises. He said somebody had
run a stop sign and hit his Anyway, I took an X-Ray just to be sure, and found that Hal had
a mild concussion and a hairline fracture of the left shoulder.
Q: Is this the X-Ray?
A: Yes. The hairline fracture can be seen very clearly right there. [indicating].
Q: Your Honor, I move for the admission of the X-Ray as Plaintiffs Exhibit 2.
MR. DENT: Objection. That X-Ray was not listed in his response to interrogatories as an exhibit.
MR. MURDOCK: Well, I told him a couple of weeks ago I was going to use it.
THE COURT: The jury's not going to be able to make anything out of it anyway. I'll let it in.
Q: What treatment did you prescribe for Mr. Jordan?
A: I gave him some pain medicine, and bound up his shoulder. I told him to take it easy for several
weeks. In particular, since his job involves a lot of typing, I told him not to do any extensive typing
for at least six weeks until that shoulder is healed.
Q: Did you follow up with Mr. Jordan?
A: Yes. I saw him four times more for physical therapy and biofeedback pain management sessions.
His shoulder was aching, and I wanted to minimize his consumption of pain killers. I last saw him
on May 23, 1995 when I released him to return to work.
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Q: Are you aware that his employer had already required him to return....
MR. DENT: Objection. Calls for hearsay.
THE COURT: Sustained.
Q: What is Mr. Jordan's condition now?
A: He has made an excellent recovery, although he told me this morning before the trial started that
his shoulder still aches a bit in damp weather. His hairline fracture has left him with some
li mitations on the use of his left arm, and I am afraid he is now much more likely to suffer from
arthritis in that arm and shoulder in the future. The aches that he now complains of could be the
first sign of an arthritis problem.
Q: Have you rated Mr. Jordan's disability?
A: Yes. I think he has a ten percent permanent partial impairment. I would not have gone so high,
maybe given him five percent, but his job requires that he use that arm and that shoulder.
Q: To a reasonable degree of medical certainty, will he later develop arthritis because of this injury?
A: I don't know. I mean, I think so. But I am not sure. He probably will, but who knows?
Q: Now, Dr. Richards, you also treated Billy Jordan for this accident, didn't you?
- A: That's right, although I did not see him until about a week after the accident. He was taken after
the accident by ambulance to Gotham Memorial Hospital, where he was treated for several days
by the late Dr. Harvey Slipknot.
Q: Dr. Slipknot is no longer with us?
A: I' m afraid not. He died in a tragic bungee jumping accident last summer.
Q: So what did you do for Billy?
A: Well, Billy had sustained five broken ribs in the accident, plus a bad concussion. One of the ribs
had punctured a lung, which required surgery. Dr. Slipknot did that while Billy was in the hospital.
I provided physical therapy, biofeedback pain management, acupuncture for the pain, and did
some minor follow-up surgery to repair a suture.
Q: How long was Billy under your care?
A: I saw him, let's see, about nine times.
Q: Excuse me, that's not what I asked. How long was he under your care?
A: Oh, I'm sorry. I first saw him on April 9. I last saw him on August 23.
Q: What sort of progress did he make?
A: Any injury involving the ribs tends to heal slowly. Your breathing irritates and aggravates the
injury. Frankly, it hurts to breathe. However, once Billy had completed his healing period, I
believe that he had made a 100% recovery. I placed no restrictions on his activities and I
anticipate no further problems.
Q: And his activities were restricted while he was healing?
A: Yes. The last thing I wanted was for him to exacerbate that injury. I told him to do no sports,
nothing athletic or strenuous, until his ribs had healed.
Q: When did his healing period end?
A: Late August. By the way, I should mention that although he has no disability, he does have a
surgical scar on his left chest which resulted from Dr. Slipknot's surgery on his collapsed lung, and
my follow-up surgery to repair a tom suture.
MR. MURDOCK: Pass the witness.
CROSS EXAMINATION BY MR. DENT:
Q. Dr. Richards, when Mr. Murdock asked you, within a reasonable degree of medical certainty, if Mr.
Jordan would have any permanent impairment, what was your answer?
A. I don't think he asked about certainty when he asked me about the permanent impairment.
Q. If he had, what would your answer be.
A. He has a 10 percent in my opinion, but I say that with certainty. Medicine, you know, is not
an exact science. We can't say anythingwell we can say some thingsbut we can't say how
much permanent impairment a person will have with certainty. Certainty implies you are sure.
We can never be sure about the future.
Q. Is the same thing true about the arthritis?
A. Yes. He'll probably have it, but I can't be certain.
MR. DENT: I move to strike the testimony about permanency and arthritis, on the basis that the
physician cannot state within a reasonable degree of medical certainty that the plaintiff will suffer these
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consequences.
THE COURT: Didn't he say more likely than not?
MR. DENT: Yes, your honor, but that's not the standard.
MR. MURDOCK: As Mr. Dent has raised this issue, may I inquire further of the doctor.
THE COURT: Go ahead.
FURTHER DIRECT EXAMINATION BY MR. MURDOCK:
Q. Doctor, will Mr. Jordan more likely than not have permanent impairment?
A. Yes. More likely than not.
Q. Can you put a percentage on it?
A. Well, I can tell you with 90% certainty that he will have some permanent impairment. As far as
the 10% being the amount, as I told you earlier, I'm not as sure. I'd say there's a better than 50%
chance it'll be in the 10% range, especially if he stays at his present job.
Q. Can you put a percentage on the arthritis?
A. I was just reading an article on that the other day. Approximately 67% of all people with an injury
li ke Mr. Jordan's develop arthritis within ten years.
MR. DENT: Your Honor, I object to the hearsay.
MR. MURDOCK: Learned treatise.
MR. DENT: Yes, but you can't just come in and quote a learned treatise. You have to lay a
foundation.
THE COURT: Can the expert apply it to Mr. Jordan?
Q. Is that your opinion as to Mr. Jordan?
A. Well, it's what three orthopedic surgeons at the University of Tennessee found. I don't see any
reason why not.
THE COURT: He's applied it to the plaintiff. Overruled. Wait, is there anything else to the
objection?
MR. DENT: Well, I think they have to show what periodical, is it a reliable authority, and why it's
applicable.
A. Well, I forgot which journal it's in, but it's in a medical journal I saw last Friday. I probably wouldn't
have even read the article, but it reminded me of this case.
BY MR. MURDOCK: Was it a reliable authority?
A. It was in a journal we get for our library. I think all the medical journals we have in our library,
except the Journal of Irreproduceable Results, which is a parody, otherwise all the journals are
reliable. And it reminded me of this case because the injury was the same.
THE COURT: Overruled.
Q. How do you understand the term "reasonable degree of medical certain?"
BY MR. DENT: Objection. He's asking this doctor to testify as to the meaning of a legal term of
art. That's for the court.
MR. MURDOCK: Your honor, he is relying on the doctor's reluctance to use the term reasonable
degree of medical certainty, although he is testifying in effect that by a preponderance of the evidence Mr.
Jordan will have permanent impairment and arthritis. I am entitled to inquire as to the physician's
understanding of the term so that his testimony can be evaluated in light of the proper legal standards.
The law doesn't require any magic words.
THE COURT: Proceed, for that limited purpose.
A. I've forgotten the question.
Q. How do you understand "reasonable degree of medicalcertainty?"
A. You would have to be certain, not just a percent.
Q. Can you say, by a preponderance of the evidence . .
A. You've lost me there.
Q. By the greater weight of evidence, evidence which, when weighed with that opposed to it, has
more convincing force and is more probably true and accurate.
A. That he'll have permanent impairment, yes; that he'll have arthritis, probably, that he'll have a ten
percent permanent impairment, no.
THE COURT: I'm going to have to strike the ten percent, but I'll allow the rest. Ladies and
gentlemen of the jury, the doctor has testified that he cannot be sufficiently certain of the ten percent
rating, so I have to ask you to disregard it. You may consider the balance of his testimony.
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MR. DENT: Note our exceptions.
MR. MURDOCK: Note ours too.
THE COURT: Nobody's happy. I must be doing something right. Anything further from this
witness? Then call your next witness.
MR. MURDOCK: Next, I am going to call Billy Jordan.
BILLY JORDAN
having been called by and on behalf of the plaintiff, and having been duly sworn, was examined and
testified as follows:
Q: What is your full name and address?
A: William Tecumseh Jordan. I live at 281 Krypton Avenue with my Dad.
Q: How old are you Billy? Well, I mean to say, how old were you when the accident happened?
A: I am thirteen. I was twelve when we had the wreck.
Q: Did you see what happened?
A: Uh-uh. I was fiddling with the radio trying to find a better station.
Q: Then what happened?
A: Dad yelled "Look out" and then I hit the dashboard real hard. When I woke up, Dad was leaning
over me telling me that some jerk...
MR DENT: Objection. We are about to get into some serious hearsay here. The boy did not see
the accident.
THE COURT: Sustained.
Q: Were you hurt? How were you hurt?
A: I hit the dashboard real hard. I broke five ribs, and one of my lungs got punctured.
Q: How long were you in the hospital?
A: I think about a week.
Q: What school do you go to?
A: Now I am in Alfred E. Packer Culinary Magnet School. But I was in Leon Czolgosz Elementary
at the time of the accident.
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Q: How much school did you miss?
A: About three weeks, I think. But they sent all my assignments home so I did not get behind too
bad.
Q: Did you miss out on anything that summer?
A: I was going to try out for Little League. I wanted to play shortstop, but the doctor said I couldn't.
And I couldn't go to Scout camp either because my ribs were still bothering me. The doctor did
not want me to do anything that might reinjure my ribs so I could not play ball or go swimming or
anything. I had wanted to mow some yards to eam some money and I figure I would have made
about Fifty Dollars...
MR. DENT: Objection. They have not prayed for any lost income for Billy.
MR. MURDOCK: I can amend my pleadings.
MR. DENT: It is too late. I would be prejudiced. I did not have a chance to do any discovery
on this.
THE COURT: Sustained.
Q: Are you doing OK now Billy?
A: Well, it hurt most of the summer, but now I am feeling fine. The doctor says I can do anything
I want now.
Q: Don't you have a scar?
A: Yes. Its right here. It is about this long. [indicating]
Q: Pass the witness.
CROSS EXAMINATION BY HARVEY DENT:
Q: Your mother was going to take you to a soccer game that day, wasn't she?
A: Yes.
Q: And you were running late, weren't you?
A: Just a little.
Q: So your dad was in a hurry to drop you off at your mother's house, wasn't he?
A: A little. But he was still driving real careful.
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But you were fiddling with the radio and did not see what happened?
A Yes. But he was still driving real careful.
MR. DENT: Nothing further.
MR. MURDOCK: Nothing further either. The Plaintiff rests.
THE COURT: Why don't we break for lunch? I think there will be some motions to hear in
chambers, and then we can continue at 1:00 with the Defendant's case?
[WHEREUPON, THE COURT RECESSED]
IN CHAMBERS:
Mr. DENT: Defendant Jameson moves for a directed verdict, on the basis that there is no
substantial evidence of negligence on his part.
MR. MURDOCK; You saw the diagram Officer Grimm drew. And you heard the testimony of Mr.
Jordan that Jameson ran a stop sign at high speed...
MR. DENT: I don't remember anything about speed.
MR. MURDOCK: and struck the Jordan vehicle, who clearly had the right of way in the
intersection.
MR. DENT: But the stop sign was obscured. My client is not negligent in failing to stop for a stop
sign that he cannot see. You heard Officer Grimm....
THE COURT: I know. But I am going to deny the Motion. Next.
MS. HYDE: At this time, Mr. Bananaberry moves for a directed verdict on the grounds that, first,
he had no duty to maintain his yard so that passers-by had a clear view of the intersection, that Mr.
Bananaberry had the legal right to maintain his property as he did, second, that in any event, even
assuming a duty or a breach of a duty, which we specifically deny existed, there is no showing that any
such fictional breach of any such fictional duty was a proximate cause of any damages. The common law
imposes no duty on a landowner to maintain his property so as not to obscure the drivers' view of the
roads. There is no statutory or decisional law of this state imposing such a duty. I would like to refer the
court to the following cases from our sister states: Fritz v. Parkison; Krotz v. CSX Corp. ; Piper Aircraft
Compan
y
v. Coutler; and Nichols v. Sitko.
MR. MURDOCK: Your Honor, we believe under modem conditions, the court would impose a duty
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to maintain residential property in an urban area in a condition in which it does not pose an unreasonable
risk of harm to persons using the adjacent streets. I have not found any Arkansas cases directly on point,
but I have found these cases from sister states which reflect a trend toward imposing liability on
landowners in circumstances such as these: Jamric v. Kansas City Southern Railwa
y
; Langen v. Rushton;
harvey v. Hansen; and Sprecher v. Adamson Companies.
THE COURT: Let the record reflect that you have each given me copies of cases from other
statesand I assume you have found no Arkansas cases.
MR. MURDOCK: I couldn't find one.
MS. HYDE: Neither could I.
MR. DENT: I didn't look.
THE COURT: I'm going to read your cases over lunch.
IN CHAMBERS;
THE COURT: I've reviewed the cases you have provided. I don't know. I could be wrong. I
think, I guess, I'm going to say that Arkansas would recognize a duty, although I could be wrong. If I find
there is a duty, the rest of the arguments are for the jury. Speaking of the jury, they're waiting for us, so
let's go.
MS. HYDE: So, you are ruling that there is a duty.
THE COURT: I think there is, but I could be wrong. I'm going to say there is.
IN OPEN COURT.
THE COURT: Mr. Dent, please call your first witness.
MR. DENT: The Defense calls Mr. Jameson, Your Honor.
MR. JONAH JAMESON
having been called by and on behalf of the defendant, and having been duly sworn, was examined and
testified as follows:
Q: Please state your full name and address.
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A: Jebediah Jonah Jameson. I live at 1215 Runnymede Way.
Q: Were you involved in a motor vehicle accident on April 1 with Mr. Hal Jordan?
A: I was.
Q: What happened?
A: I was going down Lois Lane on my way to the Renaissance Fair at the Gotham Convention
Center. It is sponsored by the Society for Creative Anachronism, of which I am a member.
Anyway, as I got close to the intersection at Thor, I look over and I see this green car on Thor
Street. He was slowing down like he was going to stop. I did not see a stop sign facing me on
Lois Lane, and I figured the stop sign must be facing Thor. I figured the guy in the green car was
stopping 'cause he had a stop sign. Anyway, I started through the intersection and suddenly he
accelerated and hit me.
Q: Was there a stop sign on Lois Lane?
A: Yes. After the accident, the officer showed it to me. He had to pull the bushes back to find it.
It was completely hidden. The next day, I took a camera down there to take a picture of it, but
someone had already cut back most of the bushes, and the stop sign could be seen as plain as
day.
Q: Was there a stop sign for Mr. Jordan's car, the green car, on Thor Street?
A: No. He had the right of way. If he had just taken it, the accident would never have happened.
But his slowing down and almost stopping is what got me to keep going into the intersection. But
then he suddenly sped up.
Q: Did you have a chance to avoid the collision when Mr. Jameson speeded up?
A: No. I was looking ahead, looking where I was going, when he suddenly came up on me from the
left. He drove about three-quarters of the way across that intersection, though, with me right there
in his path, and he never tried to stop. I was right there big as day, right in front of him, and he
ran right in to me. If he had been paying attention, he would have avoided hitting me.
Q: About how fast were you going?
A: I was only going about 25 miles an hour. I am not too familiar with that part of town, and I was
looking for the Convention Center. So I was driving a little slow.
Q: OK. I think you just answered the next
question: Did you know there was a stop sign at that
corner facing Lois Lane?
A: Not until after the accident. Like I said, I hardly ever go into that part of town.
Q: Were you hurt?
A: Yes. I didn't hurt at first, and in fact I told the police officer that I was not hurt. But a couple of
days later my jaw really started hurting me. And then my neck started hurting me. So I went to
a chiropractor who told me I had whiplash and something called TMJ. And I don't know what that
is. But it hurts.
Q: Are you still hurting now?
A: No. After about 3 months with the chiropractor, it gradually got better and went away.
Q: How many times did you see the chiropractor? What did he charge you?
A: Let's see. I saw him 25 times and he charged me $45.00 per visit. That comes to $1,025.00.
MR. MURDOCK: We'll stipulate to $1,025.00 in medical bills.
Q: Was your car damaged?
A: Yes. The driver's side front door was smashed in. The whole frame was bent. The aluminum
accessory chrome plated steering wheel was bent. I got it fixed, but it took about 3 weeks.
Q: What did it cost to get it fixed?
A: The bills were $6,220 to fix it. Plus I had to rent a car and the rent cost me $1,080.
MR. DENT: Pass the witness.
CROSS EXAMINATION BY MR. MURDOCK:
Q: You were wearing a costume to the Society for Creative Anachronism meeting, weren't you?
A: Yes. I was dressed as a knight. But I didn't have my helmet on, so I could see fine.
Q: But your gauntlets and all that chainmail interfered with steering the car, didn't it?
A: Not too much.
Q: And you were wearing metal shoes. Wouldn't that be a bit heavy on the gas pedal?
A: No. I was not being a lead-foot. I was keeping it under 25.
MR. MURDOCK: Nothing further.
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MR. DENT: I will call Dr. Zamenhof as my next witness.
DR. LUDWIG ZAMENHOF
having been called by and on behalf of the defendant, and having been duly sworn, was examined and
testified as follows:
Q: Please state your name and address.
A: I am Dr. Ludwig Zamenhof. I am a medical physician, residing at 1415 Agincourt Street.
Q: Do you have a specialty?
A: Yes. I am an orthopedic surgeon.
Q: Tell the jury about your education and training.
A: Well, I graduated from the University of Arkansas Medical School in 1967. I did my residency at
Hope Memorial Hospital and have practiced medicine in my specialty in Gotham City ever since.
I am a partner with Schleyer, Okrand, and Associates, orthopedic neurologists.
Q: Have you had the opportunity to examine Mr. Hal Jordan?
A: Yes. I evaluated him about two months ago.
Q: Did you have access to his records too?
A: Yes. I had all of Mr. Jordan's medical records for this accident, plus I had a full opportunity to
conduct a physical examination of his arm and shoulder.
Q: Have you formed an opinion about Mr. Jordan's shoulder injury?
A: I have.
Q: And what is that opinion?
A: Mr. Jordan sustained a relatively minor fracture of his left shoulder. It was fully healed by the time
that I examined it, and there was no indication of any residual problems concerning his shoulder.
Q: There has been testimony here today that Mr. Jordan has an increased likelihood of developing
arthritis. Have you an opinion on that?
A: My opinion is that Hal Jordan has no greater risk of developing arthritis than you or I. Arthritis is
a disease of the joints. Mr. Jordan's joints were not, and I repeat not, involved in this injury. It
is absolutely preposterous to believe that he is more likely to have arthritis because of this fully
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healed, hairline fracture.
Q:
Doctor, there has also been testimony here today that Hal Jordan has about a ten percent
disability to that shoulder. Do you have an opinion on that?
A:
The bone is fully healed. When bone heals it is as strong as, maybe even stronger than, it was
before the injury. The soft tissues surrounding the bone was not damaged. The joints were not
damaged. He is as able to use that shoulder and that arm now as he ever was.
Q: Can you state these opinions to a reasonable degree
A: On both of these opinions, I am one hundred percent certain.
Q: Did you examine Billy Jordan also?
A:
Yes. I saw Billy and I had access to his medical records, both from Dr. Slipknot and from Dr.
Richards.
Q: Your opinion on Billy?
A: Well, I admit that an injury to the ribs like Billy had can be rather painful in the short run.
However, within about two months or so, he should have been fully recovered and, of course, by
the time I saw him, he was fully recovered. There are no long term effects.
Q: There has been testimony that Billy's healing period lasted from the date of the accident, April 1,
until August
A: Preposterous. It could not have taken that long. Two months, maybe two and a half, tops.
Q: So Billy could have participated in sports, gone to that sort of thing during the summer?
A: Definitely. Not in early June, perhaps, but by late June definitely yes.
Q: Are you familiar with how the injury happened? In regard to Billy, I mean.
A: Yes. He suffered a head injury when his head struck the windshield, and a blow to the left side
of his chest when his body struck the dashboard.
Q: As an orthopedic surgeon, I suppose you have treated and examined motor vehicle accident
victims before?
A: Hundreds. No, thousands.
Q: In your opinion, to a reasonable degree of medical certainty, and based upon your experience as
an orthopedic surgeon, would Billy have suffered his injuries if he was wearing -
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MR. MURDOCK: Objection. Now, Your Honor, you remember that we talked about this over
lunch. I don't think he can get into this. There's that statute.
THE COURT: I know, but I was persuaded by Mr. Dent's argument. I am going to let this in. I
wish we had made a record of the discussion that we had at lunch. You both did excellent jobs of arguing
your positions. But I overrule the objection.
Q: Your opinion, Doctor?
A:
I can be absolutely certain here. It is so much easier to look into the past than trying to predict
the future. I have seen photos of the cars involved. I have seen the injuries sustained by both
Hal Jordan and his son. So I have a pretty good idea how hard they hit. I know how hard a boy
weighing about ninety pounds has to be flying forward to cause that kind of injury upon hitting a
dashboard and a windshield. And I know, based on my long experience with thousands of motor
vehicle accident victims, that seat belts work. I am certain that if Billy had been wearing his seat
belt, he would not have hit either the dashboard or the windshield. He might have been bruised
up and sore for a few days, but his injuries would have been very minor.
MR. DENT: Pass the witness.
CROSS EXAMINATION BY MR. MURDOCK:
Q: Doctor, how many times have you testified as a witness?
A: I have lost count. A number of times.
Q: It is more than 100, isn't it?
A: Yes. Quite a bit more, I think.
Q: And every single time you testify, it is for the defense, isn't it?
A: Well, I think that there have been some times I testified for a plaintiff.
Q: And you are getting paid for being here today, aren't you?
A: Yes.
Q: And you got paid for examining both Hal Jordan and his son, didn't you?
A: Yes.
Q: The defense pays you, right?
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A: Yes.
Q: When was the last time you saw a patient in your office who your were not being evaluating for
a trial?
A: I see patients all the time.
Q:
Please answer the question. When was the last time you saw a patient who was not being
evaluated for trial?
A: About six weeks ago I suppose. But I have been on vacation some.
Q: How long was your vacation?
A: Two weeks.
Q: By the way, how much do you charge an hour to evaluate Hal and Billy, and to come down here
and testify?
A: Two hundred dollars.
Q: And what will your total bill be for this trial, including the evaluation of Hall and Billy, and any trial
preparation time you put in?
A: About two thousand dollars.
Q: You did not see either Hal or Billy until about eight months after the accident, did you?
A: No.
Q: So you have no firsthand information about their condition right after the accident?
A: No.
Q: You have no firsthand information about their condition thirty days after the accident?
A: No.
Q: And you have no firsthand information about their condition sixty days after the accident? Or
ninety days after the accident?
A: No.
MR. MURDOCK: Nothing further.
MR. DENT: Nothing further. The defense rests.
THE COURT: Ms. Hyde?
MS. HYDE: May we approach the bench?
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THE COURT: Please.
MS. HYDE: I have no witnesses. At this time I'd like to renew my motion for a directed verdict
on behalf of Mr. Bananaberry. First and foremostas my cases pointed outthere is not a duty under
common law or the law of this state to keep your yard up so as not to impede visibility. Second, there is
no proximate cause. Third, if there was a duty, which we deny, it was not breached. The evidence has
added to that. Mr. Jameson testified he saw Mr. Jordan slow down and speed up. The gravamen of Mr.
Jordan's contention was that Mr. Jameson, coming off Lois Lane, couldn't see through the hedges, but
Mr. Jameson could seeby his own testimony.
THE COURT: I'm going to deny the motion. Same ruling as before. Let the jury sort it out.
[THE COURT'S INSTRUCTIONS TO THE JURY AND
CLOSING ARGUMENTS ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE RECORD]
THE COURT: You have a verdict?
FOREMAN: Yes.
THE COURT: Bailiff, please bring me the forms. On Interrogatory No. 1, by a vote of 9-3, you
place 90% of the fault on Mr. Jameson, 10% of the fault on Mr. Bananaberry, and none on Mr. Jordan.
On Interrogatory No. 2, you award Mr. Jordan $10,000 and his son Billy $35,000. This one is unanimous.
Is there anything further?
MR. MURDOCK: I take it that Mr. Jameson takes nothing on his counterclaim?
THE COURT: Correct. Ladies and Gentlemen, thank you for your time and attention to this
matter. Court is adjourned.
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