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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Buxton v. Iowa Police Dept.

... 1982). The chain of causation required by the statutory scheme as adopted by the legislature in LSA-RS 23:1031 is that the employment causes the accident, the accident causes injury, and the injury causes disability. Id. The ...

Kendrick v. Solo Cup

... The WCJ rendered his judgment in favor of Debra Kendrick, finding that she was temporarily and totally disabled as a result of the accident and injury and that she was entitled to all benefits under the Workers' Compensation Act. ...

Adams v. Rhodia, Inc.

... Adams v. Rhodia, Inc., 06-1803, p. 9 (La. App. 1 Cir. 9/26/07), 971 So.2d 1084, 1090. Based upon its review of the record, in a three-to-two decision, the court of appeal found plaintiff had not sustained his burden of proof that Exxon caused the accident and injury. ...