Hostetler v. First State Bank Nebraska

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Hostetler v. First State Bank Nebraska

Case Number
A-16-0220
Call Date
November 8, 2016
Case Time
9:00 AM
Case Summary

A-16-220, Lisa Hostetler v. First State Bank Nebraska (Appellant)

Nebraska Workers' Compensation Court, Judge Laureen Van Norman

Attorney for Appellant: Patrick Mack (McAnany, Van Cleave & Phillips, P.A.)

Attorney for Appellee: Franklin E. Miner (Miner Scholz Dike, P.C.)

Workers' Compensation Action: Disability benefits

Action Taken by Trial Court: The Workers' Compensation Court determined that Hostetler was an odd lot worker and was totally permanently disabled.

Assignments of Error on Appeal: Appellant has appealed claiming the trial court erred in determining that Appellee was an odd lot worker and was totally permanently disabled. Appellant also assigns that the trial court erred when it failed to sustain an objection to certain pages of the vocational counselor's report, claiming that those pages of the report were prejudiced because Appellee's counsel sent a letter to the vocational counselor in violation of Nebraska Workers' Compensation Court Rule 42(E).

Case Location
Papillion
Panel Text
Inbody, Pirtle, Judges, and McCormack, Justice, Retired