While visiting defendant's farm, plaintiff was injured pushing defendant from the path of her own automobile which she had stopped on an incline without setting the brake. Held, for plaintiff. Lack of self-protective care may be negligence toward any person in whose vicinity one exposes oneself to undue risk of injury. Carney v. Buyea, 271 App. Div. 338, 65 N.Y.S. (2d) 902 (1946).
Edwin M. Deal S.Ed.,
TORTS-LIABILITY OF RESCUED DEFENDANT WHO CARELESSLY EXPOSES HIMSELF TO DANGER TO RESCUING PLAINTIFF WHO IS INJURED,
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