Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
E. Cutter Hughes, Jr. and Harold F. Herring of Lanier, Shaver & Herring, Huntsville, for appellant.
George A. Moore, Huntsville, for appellee.
Supreme Court of Alabama.
On November 14, 1975, Chrysler contracted with Engineered Maintenance Services (EMS), an independent contractor, for the installation of overhead compressed air lines and housing in Chrysler's plant in Huntsville. Under the contract, EMS was to furnish ". . . all Labor, Material, Tools, Equipment . . ." and to perform ". . . all work required to construct . . ." the compressed air piping system.
William G. Wells was employed as a welder by EMS...
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