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Hancock-Underwood v. Knight

... 7. The proximate cause of an accident, injury, or damage is a cause which in natural and continuous sequence produces the accident, injury, or damage. It is a cause without which the accident, injury, or damage would not have occurred. INSTRUCTION NO. 8. ...

City of Waynesboro v. Griffin

... Employer argues that the commission erred by holding that Dewayne W. Griffin suffered an injury by accident although the claimant cannot remember how he was injured. We disagree with employer and affirm the commission. I. BACKGROUND. ...

CORPORATE RESOURCE MGMT. v. Southers

... The commission noted that CRM had notice of the accident and injury and that the Workers' Compensation Act does not "impose a duty on employees to amend agreement forms with each new development in treatment." It distinguished the holding in Shawley as involving the ...