Erie Railroad v. Duplak,
286 U.S. 440 (1932)

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Erie Railroad v. Duplak, 286 U.S. 440 (1932)

Erie Railroad v. Duplak

No. 608

Argued April 20, 1932

Decided May 23, 1932

286 U.S. 440


A New Jersey statute denying to persons injured while walking, standing, or playing on any railroad recovery of damages from the company held to bar recovery in an action for personal injuries

Page 286 U. S. 441

sustained by a five-year-old boy while playing upon a railroad bridge within the State. Following Ere R. Co. v. Hilt, 247 U. S. 97. P. 286 U. S. 444.

53 F.2d 846 reversed.

Certiorari, 284 U.S. 616, to review a judgment affirming a judgment against the railroad company in an action in damages for personal injuries.

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