G suffered a fractured hip and other injuries. Garratt v. Dailey Supreme Court of Washington, 1955. Get Garratt v. Dailey, 279 P.2d 1091 (1955), Supreme Court of Washington, case facts, key issues, and holdings and reasonings online today. Garratt v. Dailey Supreme Court of WA - 1955 Facts: In the backyard of P's home, D pulled a chair out form underneath P before she could sit in it. The liability of an infant for an alleged battery is presented to this court for the first time. •The examples in these slides are from Herbert Ramy, Succeeding in Law School (Durham: CAP, 2006) Facts •Remember, when writing a fact section, you should try to include only 4 No. Excerpt from Garratt v. Dailey, 279 P.2d 1091 (Wash. 1955) Brian Dailey (age five years, nine months) was visiting with Naomi Garratt, an adult and a sister of the plaintiff, Ruth Garratt, likewise an 46 Wash.2d 197, 279 P.2d 1091. Brian Dailey (age five years, nine months) was visiting with Naomi Garratt, an adult and a sister of the plaintiff, Ruth Brian Dailey (age five years, nine months) was visiting with Naomi Garratt, an adult and a sister of the This is important to determine because the battery requires intent to injure. RUTH GARRATT, Appellant, / v. / BRIAN DAILEY, a Minor, by George S. Dailey, his Guardian ad Litem, Respondent / Citation: 46 Wn.2d 197 (1955) / The liability of an infant for an P fell and suffered a fractured hip and other serious injuries. P instituted an action in battery. GARRATT v. DAILEY Supreme Court of Washington (1955) HILL, Justice. 46 Wash.2d 197, 279 P.2d 1091. Brian *199 Dailey (age five years, nine months) was visiting with Naomi Garratt, an adult and a sister of the plaintiff, Ruth Garratt, likewise an adult, in the backyard of the plaintiff's home, on July 16, 1951. Garratt v. Dailey Supreme Court of Washington, 1955. Issue: Is the Dailey liable for battery when he knows what would happen if he pulled the chair out from under Garratt? Erica Rivera Garratt v. Dailey Fact: Dailey pulled a chair out from under Garratt. H ILL, J USTICE. Garratt v. Dailey. The liability of an infant for an alleged battery is presented to this court for the first time. Brian Dailey (age five years, nine months) was visiting with Naomi Garratt, an adult and a sister of the plaintiff, Ruth The liability of an infant for an alleged battery is presented to this court for the first time. The liability of an infant for an alleged battery is presented to this court for the first time. H. ILL, J. USTICE. H ILL, J USTICE. CitationGarratt v. Dailey, 46 Wn.2d 197, 279 P.2d 1091, 1955 Wash. LEXIS 458 (Wash. 1955) Brief Fact Summary. 32841. G stated it was an action of battery. The liability of an infant for an alleged battery is presented to this court for the first time. Brian Dailey (age five years, nine months) was visiting with Naomi Garratt, an adult and a sister of the plaintiff, Ruth * * * The trial court * * * adopted * * * Brian Dailey's version of what happened, and made the following findings: Supreme Court of Washington, 1955. 9/28/2017 1 Garratt v. Dailey Briefing a case •Today, we will be looking at the Facts and Issue sections of a case brief for our first case, Garratt v.Dailey. Dailey (age five years, nine months) was visiting with Naomi Garratt, an adult and a sister of the plain-tiff, Ruth Garratt, likewise an adult, in the back yard of the plaintiff's home, on July 16, 1951. 1 46 Wn.2d 197 2 279 P.2d 1091 3 Ruth GARRATT, Appellant, v. Brian DAILEY, a Minor, by George S. Dalley, his Guardian ad Litem, Respondent. Plaintiff brought suit for assault and battery against Defendant, a five year-old boy. Written and curated by real attorneys at Quimbee. 46 Wash.2d 197, 279 P.2d 1091.