No. 40446.

390 P.2d 892 (1964)

Jewel GRAHAM, Administratrix of the Estate of Don L. Graham, Deceased, Petitioner, v. Opal GRAHAM, d/b/a Texaco Cafe, American Surety Company of New York, and State Industrial Court of the State of Oklahoma, Respondents.

Supreme Court of Oklahoma.

March 24, 1964.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

G. Lee Jackson, Muskogee, for petitioner.

George F. Short, Pierce, Mock, Duncan, Couch & Hendrickson, Oklahoma City, for respondents.

Charles Nesbitt, Atty. Gen., for State Industrial Court.

DAVISON, Justice.

Jewel Graham, Administratrix of the Estate of Don L. Graham, Deceased, hereinafter called claimant, filed her claim in the State Industrial Court for compensation under the Death Benefit Provisions of the Workmen's Compensation Law, 85 O.S. 1961 § 1 et seq., alleging that her husband, the deceased, sustained an accidental injury resulting in death on February 22, 1962. The respondent Opal Graham and the insurance carrier filed an answer denying...


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