Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Theodore Cornblatt (Smith, Somerville & Case and David Kimmelman, on the brief), Baltimore, for appellant.
Joseph B. Harlan (Joseph F. Zauner, III and Birrane, Harlan & Sharretts, on the brief), Baltimore, for appellee.
Argued before MOYLAN, ALPERT, and ROBERT M. BELL, JJ.
Court of Special Appeals of Maryland.
ROBERT M. BELL, Judge.
Wayne D. James, appellant, filed with the Workmen's Compensation Commission a claim for benefits against General Motors Corporation, appellee. His claim, that he was temporarily totally disabled as a result of an occupational disease (bilateral carpal tunnel syndrome) arising out of and in the course of his employment with General Motors, was confirmed by the Commission, and appellee appealed.
The appeal was tried before a jury in the...
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