No. 93A02-8710-EX-413.

569 N.E.2d 373 (1991)

UNION CITY BODY COMPANY, Inc., Defendant-Appellant, v. Jim LAMBDIN, Plaintiff-Appellee.

Court of Appeals of Indiana, Third District.

April 4, 1991.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Robert A. Fanning, Locke Reynolds Boyd & Weisell, Indianapolis, for defendant-appellant.

Linda Stemmer, McCoy, Husmann & Stemmer, Union City, for plaintiff-appellee.


This case concerns the transition in worker's compensation law occasioned by our supreme court's decision in Evans v. Yankeetown Dock Corp. (1986), Ind., 491 N.E.2d 969. Prior to that decision on April 15, 1986, our decisions generally imposed the requirement of an accident, a specific, identifiable untoward event, for a worker's injury to be compensable. As stated by the Evans court:

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