Oklahoma City Workers Compensation Court Docket

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Oklahoma City Workers Compensation Court Docket


WORKERS COMP MONDAY JULY 6, 1987 JUDGE CASHION 9:00 A.M. 80-00216A - Freddie T. Osburn (Michael McGivern) vs City of Tulsa (Own Risk, Martha Carter).

87-03634K - Wayne E. Loudermilk (William Brogden) vs City of Okla City (Own Risk, Brett Bynum).

86-19425Q - Alvin W. Standridge (Anita Sanders) vs Briscoe Drilling Co. (State Ins. Fund).

85-23255Q - Stephen Keith Braden (Richard James, Lew Gravitt) vs Brown Oil Co. (Ranger Insurance Co., Maryann Kelly).

87-04280A - Dana Sue Honeycutt (Don Halbrook) vs Arbys Roast Beef (Own Risk, Dan Caldwell).

84-13941Y - Mark Lewis Hubbard (Warren Griffin, Bill Pipkin) vs Mistletoe Express (Own Risk, John Oldfield).

81-06400Q - Sylvia Mae Woods (Patrick Ryan) vs Simon Truck Oasis (Natl Union Fire, Mike Coker).

l85-2177A - Thomas W. Smith (John Forbes) vs Richard Peters/Power Prod. (No card, Joe Lankford).

87-03788R - Steve W. Duffy (Patrick Ryan) vs Cimarron Electric Coop (Own Risk, Chris Sturm).

87-04986H - Dorothy J. Frazier (John Forbes) vs Churchs Fried Chicken (Travelers Indemnity Company, John Sund).

JUDGE LIVINGSTON 9:00 A.M. 87-02906K - Gary W. Sandlin (Larth Kienzle) vs Allen Bradley (Express Personnel Service, State Insurance Fund, &/or Wausau Insurance, James Ferguson &/or Rockwell International, Travelersr Insurance, Margaret Hayes).

86-22961R - Clara Jeanette Glazner (Charles Migliorino) vs Burger Ranch (No Card, Cert Notice, Stan Baldwin dba).

87-02487Y - Ronald N. Moe (William Brogden) vs Post Garage/Ftr Sill (Rockwood Ins, Richard Mason, &/or Casualty Reciprocal/Carrs Rapid Tuneup.)

86-12138F - Terry B. Butler (Douglas Hilbert, Mark Sanford) vs Hollman Inc., State Insurance Fund).

86-18039J - Barbara Lundy Fishkin (John Baum) vs Hope Community Services (State Insurance Fund).

87-04097H - Ralph Larry Rowan (Victor Wood Jr.) vs Utility Tower Co. (Own Risk, Henry Nichols).

86-10670Y - Richard Saunders (Richard Bell) vs Halliburton Services (Own Risk, John McCaleb).

86-16538Y - Jim Cole (Richard Bell) vs Jim Cox Oil Inc (State Insurance Fund).

87-02945R - Clarence Douglas Hale (William Shdeed) vs Marriott Service Systems (United States Fire Ins. Co., &/or No Card, Clert).

87-00456R - James Randal Brand (Warren Griffin) vs Happy Foods Inc. (Own Risk, Cert Notice, Chris Sturm).

JUDGE BRAWNER 9:00 A.M. 86-13693L - Ollie Mason Henry (Richard Bell) vs P I E Nation Wide Inc. (Own Risk, Michael Carter).

87-02269A - Sharon Marie Pulley (Don Halbrook) vs McDonalds Inc. (American Motorists, Henry Featherly).

87-03786J - John Michael Davenport (Charles Migliorino) vs T G & Y McCrory of Ardmore (National Union Fire Ins. Co., Dale Remington).

85-094362X - Barbara K. Bishop (William Brogden) vs Lewis Management (United States Fid. & Guar. Co., John Oldfield).

86-21452K - Sandra Denise Doolittle (Robert Forbes) vs Big Yank Corp. (Nationwide Ins., James Durant).

85-23698L - Toni Freeman Self (Robert Forbes) vs General Motors (Own Risk, Mark Duvall).

86-21498A - Joan White (John Sprowls) vs Coachman Inn (American Home Assurance Co., (K David Roberts).

84-19282F - Ruby D. Powell (William Murphy Jr.) vs Warehouse Family Market (No Card, Cert Notice, &/or Royal Ins, Mark Brown, William Wiles). …

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