Deadly New York Cabs

In this episode, Billy welcomes guests Curtis Retherford, Greenberry Lucas, and Lauren Michaels to discuss a case from 1966 where John Walkovszky was severely injured by a taxicab. The case was brought against the owner of the cab company, William Carleton, and other corporations in which the taxi cabs were registered. The discussion also includes the guests' personal experiences with being hit by cabs in New York City and the liability coverage required for cabs.

The Case in Question:

Walkovszky v. Carlton - 18 N.Y.2d 414, 276 N.Y.S.2d 585, 223 N.E.2d 6 (1966)


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