HOBGOOD v. ANCHOR MOTOR FREIGHT

No. 8310IC771.

316 S.E.2d 86 (1984)

Robert G. HOBGOOD, Employee, v. ANCHOR MOTOR FREIGHT, Employer, and Argonaut Insurance Company, Carrier.

Court of Appeals of North Carolina.

June 5, 1984.


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Young, Moore, Henderson & Alvis, P.A. by B.T. Henderson, II, and Joseph W. Williford, Raleigh, for defendants-appellants.

White & Crumpler by David R. Crawford, Winston-Salem, for plaintiff-appellee.


BECTON, Judge.

Defendants appeal from an order of the North Carolina Industrial Commission (Commission) setting aside and modifying the opinion of the Deputy Commissioner. Finding that the Commission acted within its discretion and according to law, we affirm.

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Robert G. Hobgood drove a truck for Anchor Motor Freight, delivering new cars to various cities in Eastern North Carolina and Virginia. After he had driven to Goldsboro and made a delivery...

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