Where plaintiff went to the aid of defendant who lay pinned beneath the wheel of his car after a collision caused by his own negligent driving, the Michigan Supreme Court held that plaintiff could recover for injuries sustained when the car rolled back upon her as she was attempting to remove defendant. Brugh v. Bigelow, (Mich. 1944) 16 N.W. (2d) 668.
Margaret Groefsema S.Ed.,
TORTS-LIABILITY OF NEGLIGENT DRIVER TO ONE WHO GOES TO HIS RESCUE,
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