Aetna Insurance Co.v.Singer Lumber

Court of Appeal of Louisiana, Fourth CircuitSep 12, 1978
361 So. 2d 957 (La. Ct. App. 1978)

No. 9314 CONSOLIDATED WITH NO. 9315.

July 26, 1978. Rehearing Denied September 12, 1978.

APPEAL FROM THE TWENTY-FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT IN AND FOR THE PARISH OF JEFFERSON, DIVISION "F"; FLOYD W. NEWLIN, JUDGE.

Schafer Schafer, Timothy G. Schafer, New Orleans, for plaintiff-appellant.

Young, McMahon Levert, Robert Young, New Orleans, for defendants-appellees.

Before GULOTTA, STOULIG and BEER, JJ.


Plaintiff, Aetna Insurance Company, has appealed a judgment dismissing its suit against Singer Lumber Company, Inc., doing business as Singer Lumber Mart; and Croft Metal Products, Inc., and its liability insurer, Prestige Casualty Company, in which it claims indemnification for past and future workmen's compensation benefits it has paid and must pay in the future to one Neuville J. Richard, Jr.

For the reasons assigned in Neuville J. Richard, Jr. v. Singer Lumber Company, Inc., et al., rendered this day, La.App., 361 So.2d 955 (1978), which was consolidated for trial and has been appealed as a companion case, the judgment appealed from is affirmed.

AFFIRMED.