Oklahoma City Workers Compensation Court Docket

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Oklahoma City Workers Compensation Court Docket


WORKERS COMPENSATION MONDAY

DECEMBER 14, 1987

JUDGE CASHION 9:00 A.M.

85-04561A -- Theal Crews (E. (Wayne) Keller vs Lee Way Motor Freight (Liberty Mutual Ins. Co., Jeff Dasovich).

86-02488H -- Gary Hayden (E. (Wayne) Keller vs Harper Wholesale Meat (Royal Ins. Co., William Wiles Jr.).

86-01421J -- Carmine Amore, IV (Mark Clark) vs D & C Enterprises (United States Fid. & Guar. Co., James Ferguson).

86-16877J -- Willie Odis Butler (Mark Clark) vs Public Svc. Co. of Okla. (Own Risk, Henry Nichols).

82-07505L -- Elmer R. Roberts (E. (Wayne) Keller) vs Lee Way Motor Freight (Own Risk, Ben Goff).

85-10072A -- Lacy F. Mahan, Sr. (Wesley Johnson, Celia Rooney) vs Multiple Community Svc. (State Ins. Fund).

87-02968A -- Lilly M. Neal (John Loughlin) vs Hickory Farms of Ohio (Liberty Mutual Ins. Co., Jeff Dasovich) aka International Multi-Foods.

83-06064H -- Duwayne Foster (Sidney Musser) vs Johnston-Macco (Travelers Indemnity Company, Tenal Cooley).

87-14694A -- Ronald Neal Bartlett (Sidney Musser) vs Ark Romos (Own Risk, John McCaleb).

86-22350X -- Ray D. McConnell (Harry Scoufos, Lew Gravitt) vs Equi dyne Industries (United States Fid. & Guar. Co., Bill Settle).

87-16796A -- Mary A. Miller (Mike Lawter) vs Motel 6 (INA, James Porter).

JUDGE CROSS

9:00 A.M.

87-12497F -- Gary Dale Adkins (Bill Maguire) vs Drabeck & Hill (Iowa Nat'l Mutual Ins. Co. &/or Oklahoma Guar. Fund, Bradley McClure).

87-13272L -- Louise M. Hall (Richard Bell) vs Colonial Inn Motel (State Insurance Fund).

87-09059K -- Wynona Lancaster (Mike Lawter, 87-14516R) vs Super Saver Warehouse (Aetna Casualty and Surety Co., Bradley Avery, &/or State Insurance Fund).

86-10829F -- Donald E. Mason (Wilson Jones) vs Chemlink (Cigna Ins Co., Larry Taylor).

85-17947Q -- Joseph P. Nitto (Lyle McPheeters) vs Spec Indemnity Fund Only.

JUDGE LYNN

9:00 A.M.

87-15338X -- Mark Ridgway (Dale Remington) vs Hill & Co. (Liberty Mutual Ins. Co., Jeff Dasovich).

87-14837X -- Melva Cohee (Richard Bell) vs Memorial Hospital (State Insurance Fund).

85-13055H -- Billy R. Shinn (Marcia Davis) vs Firestone Tire & Rubber (Cigna Ins. Co., Tenal Cooley).

87-02352F -- Evelyn Sue Stephens (Antony Link) vs Duncan Mfg. Co. (Employers Casualty Co., Jeff Dasovich).

87-06180H -- Robert Arthur Alden (Mark Clark) vs Cleveland Coil Int'l (State Insurance Fund, George Lamb).

87-03350H -- Melkissa L. Penrod (Robert Boone) vs Reil Rock Industry (State Insurance Fund, John Bates).

JUDGE BRAWNER

9:00 A.M.

87-16285X -- Wilburn Ray Carter (Sidney Musser) vs Harris Packing Co. (Liberty Mutual Ins. Co., Jeff Dasovich).

86-19146J -- Bobbie Calhoun (Mike Lawter, Walter Bower) vs United Design (Liberty Mutual Ins. Co., Jeff Dasovich, atrick Sterbank).

86-23244Y -- Robert Lee Alexander (Don Wyatt) vs Guardsmark (Nat'l Union Fire Ins. Co., K. (David) Rob erts).

87-16723Y -- Qundalina Arnold (William Brogden) vs Hardees (Mid-

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