No. 80-02689; CA A22799.

648 P.2d 367 (1982)

58 Or.App. 360

In the matter of the Compensation of Thomas E. Humphrey, Claimant. Thomas E. Humphrey, Petitioner, v. STATE ACCIDENT INSURANCE FUND CORPORATION, Respondent.

Court of Appeals of Oregon.

Decided July 21, 1982.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Dwight Ronald Gerber, Florence, argued the cause and filed the brief for petitioner.

Darrell E. Bewley, Appellate Counsel, State Acc. Ins. Fund Corp., Salem, argued the cause and filed the brief, for respondent.

Before GILLETTE, P.J., and WARDEN and YOUNG, JJ.

YOUNG, Judge.

The issues in this worker's compensation case are 1) whether claimant's epididymitis is compensable and 2) if so, whether the period for which temporary total disability was awarded was correctly assessed.

Claimant was injured in a car accident November 30, 1979, while he and his employer were traveling to a job site. He was thrown from the vehicle and suffered multiple contusions and bruises to the hip and back area. The State Accident Insurance...

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