Picard v. P & C Group 1

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Picard v. P & C Group 1

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January 15, 2019
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1:00 PM
Case Summary

A-18-207, Picard v. P&C Group d/b/a Camaco  (Appellant)

 Nebraska Workers’ Compensation Court, Judge Julie A. Martin

Attorney for Appellant:  Jessica R. Voelker (Law Officers of Steven G. Piland)

Attorney for Appellee:  Lee S. Loudon, Joseph A. Huckleberry (Law Office of Lee S. Loudon, PC, LLO)

Civil: Workers’ Compensation  

Action Taken by Trial Court:  The workers’ compensation court found that the employee, Picard, was entitled to recovery for her 2012 and 2015 work-related injuries and that apportionment was not appropriate.

Assignments of Error on Appeal:  The appellant (employer) has appealed asserting that the trial court erred in assessing the loss of earning power to the 2015 injury; that the court’s decision that apportionment does not apply was clearly wrong; and there was a sufficient basis in law and fact to dispute payment of benefits, thus barring any claim for attorney fees and penalties.

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Riedmann, Bishop, and Welch, Judges