Vogel v. Workforce Safety and Insurance

20040173 Sharon Vogel, Claimant and Appellant
v.
Workforce Safety and
Insurance, Appellee
and
Burleigh County, Respondent

Appeal from: District Court, South Central Judicial District, Burleigh County
Judge Robert O. Wefald
Nature of Action: Workers Compensation
Counsel:
Appellant: Dietz & Little Lawyers
Appellee: Lawrence E. King , Spec. Asst. Atty. Gen.
Term: 11/2004   Argument: 11/05/2004  9:30am
ND cite: 2005 ND 43
NW cite: 693 N.W.2d 8

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Issues: Appellant's Statement of the Issues:
Did Sharon Vogel unreasonably and voluntarily limit her income, thus losing her entitlement to partial disability benefits under N.D.C.C., Section 65-05-08?

Appellee's Statement of the Issues:
1. Whether the claimant voluntarily limited her income pursuant to  65-05-08 N.D. Cent. Code.

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Docket entries:
106/29/2004 NOTICE OF APPEAL: 06/28/2004
206/29/2004 DISK - TRA of Admin. Hearing dated 9-17-03
307/23/2004 RECORD ON APPEAL, including Certificate of Record on Appeal (which incl. TRA of Admin. Hearing
407/23/2004 9-17-03)
508/05/2004 APPELLANT BRIEF
608/05/2004 APPELLANT APPENDIX
708/16/2004 Corrected covers for Appellant Brief and Appendix
808/16/2004 DISK - ATB
909/07/2004 APPELLEE BRIEF
1009/07/2004 APPELLEE APPENDIX
1109/07/2004 DISK - AEB
1209/22/2004 REPLY BRIEF of Appellant
1309/23/2004 DISK - ryb (e-mail)
1410/26/2004 ANNOUNCED DISQUALIFICATION: Kapsner, Carol Ronning
1510/26/2004 SITTING WITH THE COURT: Hilden, Ronald L.
1611/05/2004 APPEARANCES: Stephen D. Little; Lawrence E. King
1711/05/2004 ARGUED: Little; King (Vol. Z, p.48)
1811/05/2004 ORAL ARGUMENT WEBCAST
1902/23/2005 DISPOSITION: AFFIRMED
2002/23/2005 SPLIT OPINION: Neumann, William A.
2102/23/2005 (DISSENTING): Hilden, Ronald L.: DISSENT
2202/23/2005 Costs to be taxed under N.D.C.C. 65-10-03
2302/28/2005 Judgment Mailed to Parties
2403/18/2005 MANDATE
2503/28/2005 RECEIPT SIGNED BY DISTRICT COURT CLERK'S OFFICE
2609/02/2011 EXPUNGED - Nonpermanent record items destroyed

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