Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
For the appellant Industrial Commission there was a brief by the Attorney General and Mortimer Levitan, assistant attorney general, and oral argument by Mr. Levitan.
For the appellant Albert Wojcik there was oral argument by M. Michael Essin of Milwaukee.
For the respondents there was a brief by Quarles, Spence & Quarles, attorneys, and Kenneth P. Grubb of counsel, all of Milwaukee, and oral argument by Mr. Grubb.
A brief was filed by Padway, Goldberg & Previant, attorneys, and Albert J. Goldberg of counsel, all of Milwaukee, for the Wisconsin State Federation of Labor as amicus curiae.
Supreme Court of Wisconsin.
Counsel for the respondent employer and its insurance carrier advance the following two contentions for affirmance of the trial court's determination that the employee cannot as a matter of law recover workmen's compensation for the partial permanent loss of hearing he has sustained as a result of the noise to which his ears were subjected in the course of his employment by the employer:
(1) The employee...
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