No. 1 CA-IC 2103.

125 Ariz. 205 (1980)

608 P.2d 782

CAMELBACK CONTRACTORS, INC., and Industrial Indemnity Company, Petitioner Employer and Petitioner Carrier, v. The INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION of Arizona, Respondent, Jack Cupp, Respondent Employee.

Court of Appeals of Arizona, Division 1, Department C.

Rehearing Denied February 29, 1980.

Review Denied April 1, 1980.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

O'Connor, Cavanagh, Anderson, Westover, Killingsworth & Beshears by David W. Earl, Donald L. Cross and Larry L. Smith, Phoenix, for petitioner employer and carrier.

James L. Stevenson, Chief Counsel, Phoenix, for Industrial Commission of Arizona.

Law Offices of Chris T. Johnson, P.C. by Dennis R. Kurth, Phoenix, for respondent employee.



The question in this Special Action — Industrial Commission is whether surveillance films are discoverable under Industrial Commission rules.

Respondent employee, Jack Cupp, was injured on April 6, 1971 in the course of his employment with petitioner employer Camelback Contractors, Inc. His workmen's compensation claim was accepted. An administratively determined loss of earning capacity award was issued by the Industrial...

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