Jackson v. United States - 281 U.S. 344 (1930)
U.S. Supreme Court
Jackson v. United States, 281 U.S. 344 (1930)
Jackson v. United States
Argued March 4, 5, 1930
Decided April 14, 1930
281 U.S. 344
CERTIORARI TO THE CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS
FOR THE TENTH CIRCUIT
A judgment against the United States for accrued installments under a war risk policy of insurance against permanent total disability should not include interest.
34 F.2d 241 affirmed.
Certiorari, 280 U.S. 549, to review a judgment of the circuit court of appeals which reversed a Judgment of the district court, 24 F.2d 981, in an action on a war risk insurance policy.
MR. JUSTICE BUTLER delivered the opinion of the Court.
This action was brought in the United States Court for Kansas to recover for permanent total disability on a war risk insurance policy. The court gave plaintiff judgment for the amount of the accrued installments with interest on each to date of the judgment, and directed that the judgment bear interest until paid., 24 F.2d 981. The United States took the case to the circuit court of appeals and there contended that plaintiff was not entitled to interest. The circuit court of appeals rightly reversed the judgment. 34 F.2d 241.
The case is ruled by this Court's decision on the third question certified in United States v. Worley, ante, p. 281 U. S. 339.