CAMPBELL v. LUKE CONST. CO.

No. 84-C-1589.

465 So.2d 688 (1985)

Michael Jerry CAMPBELL v. LUKE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY.

Supreme Court of Louisiana.

April 1, 1985.


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

James Michael Stefanski, Edwards, Stefanski & Barousse, Crowley, for plaintiff-applicant.

Gregory Laborde, Andrus, Preis & Kraft, Lafayette, for defendant-respondent.


MARCUS, Justice.

Michael Jerry Campbell brought suit on October 16, 1980 against his employer, Luke Construction Company, to recover permanent total disability benefits under the Louisiana Worker's Compensation Law for a back injury which occurred on August 26, 1980 during the course and scope of his employment. The trial judge rendered judgment on December 8, 1981 in favor of Campbell and awarded him compensation benefits for one year and medical expenses. On July...

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