No. 4107.

85 So.2d 119 (1955)

Valerie DUPRE, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. Frederick J. WYBLE et al., Defendants-Appellants.

Court of Appeal of Louisiana, First Circuit.

Rehearing Denied February 3, 1956.

Writ of Certiorari Denied March 26, 1956.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Lawes, Cavanaugh, Hickman & Brame, Lake Charles, for appellant.

Chas. C. Jaubert, Lake Charles, for appellee.

TATE, Judge.

Defendants appeal from judgment awarding plaintiff workmen's compensation benefits for total and permanent disability. The District Court summarized the issues and its findings as follows:

"This is a suit brought under the Louisiana Workmen's Compensation Law wherein Valerie Dupre alleges that he was employed by Fred J. Wyble, an oil field contractor, as a laborer dismantling an oil field plank road and that while so employed on November 21, 1952...


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