The law blog of Aurora attorney Mike Huseman, featuring practice updates authored by Northern Illinois University College of Law alumni, as well as guest contributions from non-NIU lawyers and law students.
Wednesday, October 3, 2012
West's Headnote of the Day
approaching intersection is not bound to look in all directions simultaneously,
nor need he swivel his head like ventriloquist's dummy in order to be free of
contributory negligence. Bascelli v. Bucci, 368 A.2d 754 (Pa. Super. Ct. 1976)
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