No. 1 CA-IC 2069.

125 Ariz. 211 (1980)

608 P.2d 788

MOTOROLA, INC., Semiconductor Products, Petitioner Employer, Motorola, Inc., c/o INA/PEG, Petitioner Carrier, v. The INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION of Arizona, Respondent, Arlene O. Bowman, Respondent Employee.

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

Rehearing Denied March 14, 1980.

Review Denied April 1, 1980.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

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

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

Stephen L. Weiss, Phoenix, for respondent employee.



The sole issue in this review of an award of the Industrial Commission is whether an industrial claimant's admittedly stationary condition can be rendered unstationary because of the claimant's reaction to a notice of claim status.

The facts giving rise to this issue are not in material dispute. On May 1, 1975, the respondent employee, Arlene O. Bowman, sustained an industrial injury which was diagnosed as a chronic back strain...

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