Commeaux
v.
Weill Construction Co.

Not overruled or negatively treated on appealinfoCoverage
Court of Appeal of Louisiana, Third CircuitMay 14, 1986
488 So. 2d 296 (La. Ct. App. 1986)

No. 85-364.

May 14, 1986.

APPEAL FROM 15TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT, PARISH OF LAFAYETTE LUCIEN C. BERTRAND, JR., JUDGE.

G. Paul Marx, Lafayette, for plaintiff-appellant.

Pugh Boudreaux, Donlon Pugh, C. Michael Hill, Gachassin, Capretz Hunter, Shepton Hunter, Onebane Associates, Timothy J. McNamara, McBride Foret, Robert McBride, Lafayette, Dan A. Spencer, Houston, Tex., B.J. Duplantis, Lafayette, Raggio, Cappel, Chozen Berniard, Richard Chozen, Lake Charles, for defendants-appellees.

Before FORET, KNOLL and MOUSER, JJ.

Judge Edward M. Mouser of the Thirty-Third Judicial District Court participated in this decision by appointment of the Louisiana Supreme Court as Judge Pro Tempore.


KNOLL, Judge.

For the foregoing reasons stated in the companion case of Bowman, et al. v. Weill Construction Company, et al., 488 So.2d 293 (La.App. 3rd Cir. 1986), in which a separate decision is being rendered by us this day, the appeal of Paul Rufus Comeaux is dismissed.

All costs of this appeal are assessed to Paul Rufus Comeaux.

APPEAL DISMISSED.