Martin v. Herzog, Ct. of App. of N.Y., 228 N Y. 164, 126 N.E. 814 (1920), was a
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For example, in the case of Martin v. Herzog (228 N.Y. 164, 126 N.E. 814 (1920)),
Herzog was driving at night and ran into Martin, who was killed. Martin was ...
Feb 16, 2015 ... Procedural History: Negligence was charged against the defendant in that he did
not keep to the right of the center of the highway. Negligence ...
MARTIN v. HERZOG. Court of Appeals of the State of New York. 228 N.Y. 164 ...
Co. v. McDonald, 152 U.S. 262, 283; Kelley v. N.Y. State Rys. Quoted 2 times; A ...
Jun 2, 2014 ... Martin v. Herzog. Original Creator: Jonathan Zittrain Current ... as Administratrix
of the Estate of WILLIAM J. MARTIN, Deceased, Appellant, v.
Summary of Martin v. Herzog, 228 N.Y. 164, 126 N.E. 814 (1920) Facts: Plaintiff (
P) and her husband were driving in a buggy and defendant (D) was driving his ...
Fault v. Strict Liability. Brown v. Kendall (33) – Established the “ordinary care”
standard .... meant to prevent, he can found negligent per se as a matter of law,
as in Martin v. Herzog (73) (no headlights on buggy proves contributory
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It is an unexcused omission to comply with the statute which is negligence (
Martin v Herzog, 228 N.Y. 164; Alongi v Beuter, 286 App Div 990) and the