Lee v. Central of Georgia Ry. Co.,
252 U.S. 109 (1920)

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Lee v. Central of Georgia Ry. Co., 252 U.S. 109 (1920)

Lee v. Central of Georgia Railway Company

No. 150

Argued January 16, 1920

Decided March 1, 1920

252 U.S. 109


A rule of state pleading and practice, applied without discrimination to cases of personal injury arising under the federal and state employers' lability laws, which prevents an injured employee from suing jointly, in a single count, the railroad company under the federal statute and a co-employee at common law, does not infringe any right of such plaintiff derived from the federal statute. P. 252 U. S. 110.

21 Ga.App. 558 affirmed.

The case is stated in the opinion.

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