DATE OF JUDGMENT: 10/30/95 TRIAL JUDGE: HON. MARCUS D. GORDON COURT FROM WHICH APPEALED: NESHOBA COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT
Before: Thomas, P.j., Herring, And Hinkebein, JJ.
The opinion of the court was delivered by: Thomas, P.j., For The Court:
NATURE OF THE CASE: CIVIL - WORKERS' COMPENSATION
TRIAL COURT DISPOSITION: COURT AFFIRMED THE FINDINGS OF THE COMMISSION
DISPOSITION AFFIRMED - 2/24/98
MOTION FOR REHEARING FILED:
The Circuit Court of Neshoba County affirmed the order of the Mississippi Workers' Compensation Commission awarding Quinton Moore benefits as a result of an injury at the Philadelphia Weyerhauser Timber Company facility. Weyerhauser appeals raising the following issues as error:
I. WHETHER SUBSTANTIAL EVIDENCE SUPPORTS THE FINDINGS BY THE MISSISSIPPI WORKERS' COMPENSATION COMMISSION THAT THE, APPELLEE, QUINTON MOORE, SUSTAINED A WORK-RELATED INJURY WHICH AROSE OUT OF AND IN THE COURSE OF EMPLOYMENT RESULTING IN AN AWARD OF TEMPORARY PARTIAL DISABILITY BENEFITS.
II. WHETHER SUBSTANTIAL EVIDENCE SUPPORTS THE FINDING BY THE MISSISSIPPI WORKERS' COMPENSATION COMMISSION THAT THE, APPELLEE, QUINTON MOORE, SUFFERED A LOSS OF WAGE-EARNING CAPACITY, WHICH ENTITLED HIM TO PERMANENT PARTIAL DISABILITY BENEFITS.
Finding no error, we affirm.
On September 12, 1990, while working as a dryer tender for Weyerhauser, Moore bumped his left shoulder on a piece of metal inside one of the dryers. There was no immediate sign of injury; Moore reported the injury to his supervisor, ...