Breunig v American Family Ins Co - CASE Breunig v American Family Ins Co Court SC of Wisc 173 N.W.2d 619(Wisc 1970 P264 Torts Facts a Plaintiff\/Philip

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CASE: Breunig v. American Family Ins. Co. Court: SC of Wisc. 173 N.W.2d 619 (Wisc. 1970) P264 Torts Facts a. Plaintiff/Philip Breunig Defendant/American Family Ins. – Insurance Co. for Erma Veith b. Def drove down the wrong side of the highway and believed that her car was going to fly and that God had taken the wheel. c. (1) C/A: Negligence. PL suing Def insurance co. (2) relief requested: (3) defenses raised: insanity. Procedural History: a. Lower court’s ruling(s): verdict for the PL. Def appeals. b. Damages awarded: N/A c. Appellant: Defendant Issues: a. substantive issue (i) Whether the defense of insanity should be an acceptable defense?
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  • Law, def, American Family Ins, b. procedural issue, Plaintiff/Philip Breunig Defendant/American, a. substantive issue

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