Plaintiff, a twelve year old boy, was injured in an automobile accident by the admitted negligence of defendant, his sixteen year old sister. Neither child had a separate estate, both were unemancipated, unmarried, and were living at home with their parents. Held, plaintiff could recover. Rozell v. Rozell, 256 App. Div. 61, 8 N .Y. S. (2d) 901 (1939), affd. (N. Y. 1939) 22 N. E. (2d) 254.
Michigan Law Review,
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