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B.B. King's Bus Disaster
Highest Court Court of Civil Appeals of Texas
Year Ended 1964
Plaintiffs Individual(s)
Defendants Bus Driver(s)
King, B.B.
Talent Agent(s)
Other No Other parties on file
Short Description B.B. King's bus was involved in 3-vehicle accident that resulted in one death. In the lawsuit, there was an issue as to whose negligence caused the accident, depending on who was passing whom at the time of the crash. Jury instructions provided by the trial court were also insufficient. . - [This entry is not yet complete or has not been edited/checked.]

Legal Issues
Civil Procedure Evidence Admissibility
    Hearsay
Torts General Comparative Fault & Contribution
  Negligence Personal & Emotional Injury
    Wrongful Death


Opinions Duncan v. Smith
393 S.W.2d 798
Supreme Court of Texas , July 07, 1965 ( No. A-10090 )


Duncan v. Smith
376 S.W.2d 877
Court of Civil Appeals of Texas , February 28, 1964 ( No. 3796 )


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Related Searches Parties
Bus Driver(s) ( Defendant )
Individual(s) ( Plaintiff )
King, B.B. ( Defendant )
Talent Agent(s) ( Defendant )

Legal Issues
Civil Procedure / Evidence / Admissibility
Civil Procedure / Evidence / Hearsay
Torts / General / Comparative Fault & Contribution
Torts / Negligence / Personal & Emotional Injury
Torts / Negligence / Wrongful Death

Courts
Court of Civil Appeals of Texas (highest court)
Supreme Court of Texas


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