North Carolina Industrial Commission Court Cases

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  1. Burris v. Gabbidon (2000)

    The Full Commission has reviewed the prior Opinion and Award based upon the record of the proceedings before Deputy Commissioner Pamela T. Young and the briefs before the Full Commission. The parties waived oral argument before the Full Commission. The appealing party has not shown good ground to reconsider the evidence; receive further evidence; rehear the parties or their representatives; or amend the Opinion and Award. Accordingly, the Full Commission affirms and adopts the Opinion and [...]

    Court: North Carolina Industrial Commission Docket: I.C. No. 910495
  2. Everett v. Carolina Masonry Unlimited (2010)

    The Full Commission reviewed the prior Opinion and Award based upon the record of the proceedings before Deputy Commissioner Rowell and the briefs and oral arguments before the Full Commission. The appealing party has not shown good grounds to reconsider the evidence, receive further evidence, or rehear the parties and their representatives. Accordingly, the Full Commission AFFIRMS the Opinion and Award of Deputy Commissioner Rowell and enters the following Opinion and Award.


    Court: North Carolina Industrial Commission Docket: I.C. NO. 802263.
  3. McRae v. Firsthealth of the Carolinas (2005)

    The Full Commission reviewed the prior Opinion and Award, based upon the record of the proceedings before Deputy Commissioner Holmes and the briefs before the Full Commission. The appealing party has not shown good ground to reconsider the evidence; receive further evidence; rehear the parties or their representatives; or amend the Opinion and Award. Accordingly, the Full Commission affirms the Opinion and Award of Deputy Commissioner Holmes with minor modifications.


    Court: North Carolina Industrial Commission Docket: I.C. NO. 166027
  4. Creel v. P.I. Mechanical. Inc. (1996)

    This matter was appealed by defendant from the Full Commission's decision to the North Carolina Court of Appeals. A decision in plaintiff's favor was certified to the Commission on 6 May 1996. It is currently before the undersigned upon counsel for plaintiff's Motion for a Modification of his Attorney's Fee, given his continued representation through the above appeal, pursuant to his contract with plaintiff.


    Court: North Carolina Industrial Commission Docket: I.C. No. 321567
  5. Strickland v. Shallco, Inc. (2001)

    The Full Commission has reviewed the prior Opinion and Award based upon the record of the proceedings before Deputy Commissioner Theresa B. Stephenson, the briefs and oral arguments before the Full Commission. The plaintiff did not appear at the hearing before the Full Commission. The appealing party has not shown good ground to reconsider the evidence; rehear the parties or their representatives; or amend the Opinion and Award. Accordingly, the Full Commission affirms the Opinion and Award of [...]

    Court: North Carolina Industrial Commission Docket: I.C. NO. 652737
  6. Fuller v. Clear Channel Communications (2005)

    The Full Commission has reviewed the prior Opinion and Award based upon the record of the proceedings before Deputy Commissioner Glenn and the briefs and arguments before the Full Commission. The appealing party has not shown good grounds to reconsider the evidence, receive further evidence or rehear the parties or their representatives. The Full Commission AFFIRMS with some modifications the Opinion and Award of the Deputy Commissioner.


    Court: North Carolina Industrial Commission Docket: I.C. NO. 286748.
  7. Bonilla v. Mariner Health Care (2007)

    The Full Commission reviewed the prior Opinion and Award, based upon the record of the proceedings before the Deputy Commissioner and the briefs and oral argument before the Full Commission. The appealing party has not shown good grounds to reconsider the evidence, receive further evidence, rehear the parties or their representatives, or amend the Opinion and Award except for minor modifications.


    Court: North Carolina Industrial Commission Docket: I.C. NO. 245374.
  8. Scott v. Town of Bailey (2002)

    The undersigned have reviewed the prior Opinion and Award based upon the record of the proceedings before Deputy Commissioner Taylor. The appealing party has not shown good grounds to reconsider the evidence; receive further evidence; rehear the parties or their representatives; or amend the Opinion and Award except with minor modifications.


    Court: North Carolina Industrial Commission Docket: I.C. NO. 985181
  9. Wray v. Copeland Corporation (1997)

    The undersigned have reviewed the prior Opinion and Award based upon the record of the proceedings before Deputy Commissioner Hoag. The appealing party has not shown good ground to reconsider the evidence; receive further evidence; rehear the parties or their representatives. However, the Opinion and Award was amended in the Conclusions of Law and Award sections to correct the dates and number of weeks of disability and a legal cite.


    Court: North Carolina Industrial Commission Docket: I.C. No. 515730
  10. Sartori v. N.C. Department of Correction (2010)

    The Full Commission reviewed the prior Interlocutory Order, based upon the record of the proceedings before Deputy Commissioner Rowell and the briefs before the Full Commission. The appealing party has not shown good ground to reconsider the evidence, receive further evidence, rehear the parties or their representatives, or amend the Order. Accordingly, the Full Commission affirms the Order of Deputy Commissioner Rowell.


    Court: North Carolina Industrial Commission Docket: I.C. NO. TA-21060.
  11. Crisp v. Dixie Yarns, Inc. (1996)

    The undersigned have reviewed the prior Opinion and Award based upon the record of the proceedings before Deputy Commissioner Douglas E. Berger. The appealing party has not shown good ground to reconsider the evidence; receive further evidence; rehear the parties or their representatives; or amend the Opinion and Award.


    Court: North Carolina Industrial Commission Docket: I.C. No. 383388
  12. Phillips v. Angelo's Shoes, Inc. (2007)

    8. On April 13, 1994, the North Carolina Industrial Commission determined that plaintiff sustained an injury by accident arising out of and in the course of her employment with defendant-employer on February 8, 1992.


    Court: North Carolina Industrial Commission Docket: I.C. NO. 219411.
  13. Wright v. Simpson's Eggs, Inc. (2007)

    In accordance with the directives of the North Carolina Court of Appeals, the Full Commission finds as fact and concludes as matters of law the following, which were entered into by the parties at the hearing before the Deputy Commissioner as:


    Court: North Carolina Industrial Commission Docket: I.C. NO. 069799.
  14. Tarver v. Boldt Spirit, Inc. (1995)

    Upon review of all of the competent evidence of record with reference to the errors assigned, and finding good ground to reconsider the evidence, the Full Commission MODIFIES and AFFIRMS the Opinion and Award of the Deputy Commissioner and makes the following FINDINGS OF FACT


    Court: North Carolina Industrial Commission Docket: I.C. No. 174121
  15. Barnes v. N.C. State University (2009)

    The Full Commission reviewed the prior Opinion and Award based upon the record of proceedings before Deputy Commissioner Phillips and upon the briefs and arguments of the parties. The appealing party has not shown good grounds to reconsider the evidence or receive further evidence. Upon competent review of the record, the Full Commission adopts the Opinion and Award of the Deputy Commissioner and AFFIRMS with some modifications.


    Court: North Carolina Industrial Commission Docket: I.C. NO. 649947.
  16. Guillory v. Star Erectors, Inc. (1998)

    Upon review of all the competent evidence of record with reference to the errors assigned, and finding no good ground to reconsider the evidence, receive further evidence, or to rehear the parties or their representatives, the Full Commission AFFIRMS and ADOPTS with minor modifications the Opinion and Award of the Deputy Commissioner as follows:


    Court: North Carolina Industrial Commission Docket: I.C. No. 455258
  17. McFalls v. Ingles Markets, Inc. (2011)

    The Full Commission has reviewed the prior Opinion and Award based upon the record of the proceedings before Deputy Commissioner Harris, and the briefs and arguments of the parties. The appealing party has not shown good grounds to reconsider the evidence, receive further evidence, or rehear the parties or their representatives. Having reviewed the competent evidence of record, the Full Commission affirms the Opinion and Award of Deputy Commissioner Harris, with modifications.


    Court: North Carolina Industrial Commission Docket: I.C. NO. 890142.
  18. Gray v. Wrangler (1997)

    Upon review of all of the competent evidence of record with reference to the errors assigned, and finding no good ground to reconsider the evidence, receive further evidence, rehear the parties or their representatives, or amend the award, except for minor modifications, the Full Commission AFFIRMS and ADOPTS from the Opinion and Award of the Deputy Commissioner the following FINDINGS OF FACT:


    Court: North Carolina Industrial Commission Docket: I.C. No. 334031
  19. Tillery v. Roberson Contracting, Inc. (2006)

    Upon review of the competent evidence of record with reference to the errors assigned, and finding no good grounds to receive further evidence or to rehear the parties or their representatives, the Full Commission upon reconsideration of the evidence, affirms in part and modifies in part the Opinion and Award of the Deputy Commissioner.


    Court: North Carolina Industrial Commission Docket: I.C. NO. 443219
  20. Lewis v. Tyson Foods (1996)

    The Form 21 and 26 Agreements, having been approved by the Commission, constitute Awards of record and the same are incorporated herein by reference. The parties at the hearing before the Deputy Commissioner stipulated to all the medical records of Drs. Bond, Kelly, and Pikula and subsequent to the hearing, they stipulated into evidence a videotape of plaintiff's activities in December 1991.


    Court: North Carolina Industrial Commission Docket: I.C. No. 941755

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