Merritt-Chapman & Scott Corp. v. Frazier

In Merritt-Chapman & Scott Corp. v. Frazier, 92 Ariz. 136, 375 P.2d 18 (1962), the Arizona Supreme Court affirmed the superior court's dismissal of an action in which the plaintiff sought a declaration that he could maintain an action for indemnification against a decedent's employer because any decision rendered on that question would not terminate the controversy between the plaintiff and the employer (i.e., whether the plaintiff was entitled to indemnification) and it would still be necessary to bring another action to settle the controversy. 92 Ariz. at 139, 375 P.2d at 20.