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Walkovszky v. Carlton
Citation:223 N.E.2d 6 (N.Y. 1966)
The complaint alleges that the plaintiff was severely injured four years ago in New York City when he was run down by a taxicab owned by the defendant Sean Cab Corporation and negligently operated at the time by the defendant Marchese. The individual defendant, Carlton, is claimed to be a stockholder of 10 corporations, including Seon, each of which has but two cabs registered in its name, and it is implied that only the minimum automobile liability insurance required by law is carried on any one cab. These corporations are alleged to be operated as a single entity, unit and enterprise with regard to financing, supplies, repairs, employees and garaging, and all are named as defendants.
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