This is an appeal by the plaintiff below from a directed verdict for the defendant in a negligence case.
" 'It is well-settled law that questions of negligence, diligence, contributory negligence, proximate cause, and the exercise of ordinary care for one's protection ordinarily are to be decided by a jury, and a court should not decide them . . . except in plain and indisputable cases.' [Cits.]" Savannah Ice Delivery Co. v. Ayers, 127 Ga. App. 560
, 561 (1) (194 SE2d 330
) (1972). "Even where there is no dispute as to the facts, it is, however, usually for the jury to say whether the conduct in question met the standard of the reasonable man." Wakefield v. A. R. Winter Co., 121 Ga. App. 259
, 260 (174 SE2d 178
) (1970). The plaintiff's undisputed evidence established the prima facie elements of her claim and raised genuine issues of material fact to be resolved by the jury.
The direction of the verdict for the defendant is reversed.
Greene, Buckley, DeRieux & Jones, James A. Eichelberger, Gregory J. Digel, Norma W. Bergman, for appellant.