Oklahoma City Workers Compensation Court Docket

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Oklahoma City Workers Compensation Court Docket


WORKER`S COMPENSATION THURSDAY AUGUST 6, 1987 JUDGE LYNN 9:00 A.M.

86-06917A -- Joe D Ussery Jr (Mike Harkey, William Brogden) vs Multi Graphics (Liberty Mutual Ins. Co., Jeff Dasovich).

86-19273Q -- Charles Ray Lee (Richard Bell) vs Lee Way Motor Frt/Pepsico (Liberty Mutual Ins., Jeff Dasovich &/or Pepsico, Inc, Roger Pascal).

85-23705K -- Donna K Smith (Richard Bell) vs Parkview Nursing Home (Own risk, Chris Sturm, Gregory Jackson).

86-22570A -- John David Bagley (J. Clark Russell) vs Big E Inds (Employers Casualty Co., Jeff Dasovich, Melvin G Mahannah).

85-15458Q -- Carzetta R Threatts (Donald Lindauer) vs Langston University (State Ins. Fund, John Bates).

81-11469AQ -- Paul Glen Metcalf (Craig Dawkins) vs Lee`s Tire Service, Inc (State Ins. Fund, Robert Highsaw Jr).

86-10515Y -- Linda Mae Saulter (Jeff Dasovich, Mike Harkey) vs Franklin Electric (Liberty Mutual Ins. Co., Paul McGivern Jr).

86-23822F -- Karen M Doshier (Paul Sutton, Mike Lawter) vs Wal-

Mart (National Union Fire/Alexsis, Walter Bower).

82-09957L -- James Richard Fenwick (David Thomas) vs Okla State Penitentiary (State Ins. Fund).

87-06028X -- Ronald D Houston (J. Clark Russell) vs Advance Meat Co (State Ins. Fund).

84-10502J -- Charlton Ed Dozier (Jeff Dasovich) vs Safety & Security Services (Great Plains Casualty Corp., Patrick Ryan).

JUDGE LIVINGSTON 9:00 A.M.

86-14428Y -- Tamela Leann Thompson (Chris Sturm) vs Garvin Co Comm Learing & Act (State Ins. Fund, Robert Highsaw Jr).

87-01519A -- Glenn D Gibson (Craig Dawkins, G. Saunders) vs Jepco Const (American General Fire, Robert Boone).

83-07140A -- Reba Frances Williams (Craig Dawkins) vs City of Poteau (State Ins. Fund, Robert Karnes).

87-02869K -- Donald Ray Cunningham (Gary Beadles) vs Leeman Drilling Co (State Ins. Fund).

87-04361H -- Roger D Morgan (J. Clark Russell) vs Mid-Western Nurseries (State Ins. Fund).

87-01861L -- Philip Wayne Perkins (Sidney Musser) vs Dynateria Inc (State Ins. Fund).

85-16739R -- Harold Lindsey (Sidney Musser) vs General Motors (Own risk, Jennie McLean).

87-04849Q -- Shirley A Martin (Sidney Musser) vs Retirement Inn at Quail Ridge (Fidelity & Casualty, Jim Cheek).

85-09518X -- Donald G Hargis (Sidney Musser) vs Rodeway (Own risk, John McCaleb).

86-16920A -- Abram James (Don Wyatt) vs J P Emco (State Ins. Fund, Michelin Hobbs).

86-21222Y -- Douglas Carl Gilleland (Lesley Smith) vs Metro Masonry (American General Fire & Cas., Robert Boone).

86-06430X -- Terry Michael Dooley (Don Halbrook, Wesley Johnson) vs CPC/General Motors (Own risk, Jennnie McLean).

87-07922R -- Brenda Ellen Fletcher (Lew Gravitt) vs Hardees (Mid-

Continent, Paul Whinery &/or Old Republic, Mike Coker).

JUDGE BRAWNER 9:00 A.M.

87-04261L -- Virginia Mae Burkholder (Carl Leforce) vs Marietta Sportswear (Liberty Mutual Ins. Co., Jeff Dasovich).

86-18067A -- Jerry Clyde Whiting (Harley Venters) vs Pit Stop USA (Liberty Mutual Ins. Co., Jeff Dasovich).

86-19807F -- A C Pete Gardner (Craig Dawkins) vs Jerry Scott Drilling (Mid-Continent Casualty Co., Paul Fernald).

87-02263A -- Frank McKelvy (Gary Beadles) vs Woodward Asphalt Inc (Employers Casualty Co., Jeff Dasovich).

87-05714J -- Terry Don Lane (Craig Dawkins) vs Lugert-Altus Irrigation Dist (State Ins. Fund).

86-19478A -- Ordell J Fisher (Craig Dawkins) vs Poag Grain Inc (State Ins. Fund). …

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