Kennedy V. Duke University Medical Center

Kennedy V. Duke University Medical Center

Defendant’s appeal asserts three assignments of error, which are essentially as follows: First, the defendant contends that there is no competent evidence in the record to support the full Commission’s Finding of Fact number 6, which states that the plaintiff was incapable of earning any wages from the date of the accident through the date of the hearing before the Deputy Commissioner. Second, the defendant argues that the full Commission erred in failing to make findings regarding both the extent and the permanency of the plaintiff’s disability. Third, the defendant asserts that the Commission’s findings of fact did not support the conclusion that the plaintiff was entitled to temporary total disability benefits from the date of the accident through the date of the hearing before the Deputy Commissioner. We find no merit in any of these contentions and, therefore, affirm the opinion and award of the Industrial Commission.

Kennedy V. Duke University Medical Center



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