Eckenrode v. Pennsylvania R. Co.,
335 U.S. 329 (1948)

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Eckenrode v. Pennsylvania R. Co., 335 U.S. 329 (1948)

Eckenrode v. Pennsylvania Railroad Co.

No. 28

Argued October 22, 1948

Decided November 15, 1948

335 U.S. 329


In a suit for damages under the Federal Employers' Liability Act for the death of a railroad employee, held that there was no evidence in the record, nor any inference which reasonably could be drawn from the evidence, when viewed in a light most favorable to plaintiff, which could sustain a recovery. P. 335 U. S. 330.

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