OGEA v. JACOBS

No. 58364.

344 So.2d 953 (1977)

Joseph A. OGEA v. Joseph C. JACOBS et al.

Supreme Court of Louisiana.

April 11, 1977.


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Jacque B. Pucheu, Jr., Pucheu & Pucheu, Eunice, for plaintiff-relator.

V. Farley Sonnier, Davidson, Meaux, Onebane, Donohoe, Bernard, Torian & Diaz, Lafayette, for defendants-respondents.


DENNIS, Justice.

This is a discovery dispute. It involves litigation arising from an oil drilling rig accident in which plaintiff, Joseph A. Ogea, was injured by a metal floor plate which fell upon him as he worked on the ground beneath the rig. Ogea sued his employer's insurer, Highlands Insurance Company, his employer's toolpusher and jobsite executive, Gordon E. Davis, as well as another employee and an officer of his employer. The accident occurred on February...

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