No. 82-1030.

683 F.2d 590 (1982)

Gary M. CONDON, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. LOCAL 2944, UNITED STEELWORKERS OF AMERICA, AFL-CIO, CLC, Defendant-Appellee.

United States Court of Appeals, First Circuit.

Decided July 23, 1982.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Mark L. Mallory, with whom Kenneth G. Bouchard, and Law Offices of Augustine J. McDonough, P. A., Manchester, N. H., were on brief, for plaintiff-appellant.

George H. Cohen, with whom David M. Silberman, Bredhoff & Kaiser, Washington, D. C., Richard F. Upton, Upton, Sanders & Smith, Concord, N. H., Bernard Kleiman, Chicago, Ill., Lawrence S. Smith, and Ransmeier & Spellman, Concord, N. H., were on brief, for defendant-appellee.

Before CAMPBELL, BOWNES and BREYER, Circuit Judges.

BOWNES, Circuit Judge.

On September 9, 1977, plaintiff-appellant Gary M. Condon, while working as a welder for Joy Manufacturing Company (Joy), suffered severe burns when the flannel shirt he was wearing caught on fire from sparks generated during the welding process. Nearly two years later, in an attempt to augment the recovery he received under the New Hampshire Workmen's Compensation Act, he filed this action against his union, Local 2944 of the United Steelworkers...

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