ERIKA L. FELTER, APPELLANT
FLOORSERV INC. AND THE EMPLOYERS FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY (ONE BEACON INSURANCE), APPELLEES
OF JUDGMENT: 06/20/2014.
TRIBUNAL FROM WHICH APPEALED: MISSISSIPPI WORKERS'
COMPENSATION COMMISSION. TRIBUNAL DISPOSITION: AFFIRMED
ADMINISTRATIVE JUDGE'S ORDER THAT APPELLANT NOT ENTITLED
TO ADDITIONAL MEDICAL BENEFITS.
L. FELTER, APPELLANT, Pro se.
APPELLEES: CHADWICK LESTER SHOOK.
GRIFFIS, P.J., ISHEE AND MAXWELL, JJ. LEE, C.J., IRVING,
P.J., BARNES, ISHEE, ROBERTS, CARLTON, MAXWELL, FAIR AND
JAMES, JJ., CONCUR.
NATURE OF THE CASE: CIVIL - WORKERS'
Erika Felter appeals the decision of the Mississippi
Workers' Compensation Commission denying permanent
disability and additional medical benefits she requested as
part of her workers' compensation judgment. We find no
error and affirm.
AND PROCEDURAL HISTORY
On March 27, 2006, Felter suffered injuries in a car accident
while working for her employer, FloorServ. On April 1, 2007,
Felter filed a petition to controvert with the Commission.
The administrative judge (AJ) issued an order awarding Felter
compensation through August 30, 2006, when Felter reached her
maximum medical improvement (MMI). Felter then attempted to
appeal the AJ's decision.
This Court previously considered this case. Felter v.
FloorServ Inc. (Felter I), 140 So.3d 431 (Miss. Ct.App.
2012). The Court affirmed the decision of the Commission and
the Adams County Circuit Court, which found Felter's
appeal of the AJ's decision untimely. Id. at 433
We restate the facts and procedural history discussed in the
On the day of the car accident, Felter presented to the
Natchez Regional Medical Center's emergency room. She
complained of pain " all over," with specific
complaints of neck and abdominal pain. Felter underwent an
abdominal and pelvic CT scan and x-rays of her chest,
cervical spine, pelvis, left hip and knee, and lumbar spine.
Felter's CT scans and . . . x-rays ...