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ELLIS v. WAYNE FARMS, LLC et al

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Case Number: 
3:10-cv-00580 Search Pacer
Opposing Party: 
Michael Ellis
Court Type: 
Federal
US District Court: 
Southern District of Mississippi
Date Filed: 
Oct 18 2010

"18. On or about June 13, 2005, Plaintiff made two claims for workers' compensation benefits by :filing the proper paperwork called Petitions to Controvert with the Mississippi Workers' Compensation Commission. Defendants denied any payment on both claims without arguable basis.
19. OnJune 10,2005, Defendant Baker signed a Notice of Controversion for both claims and stated "lack of sufficient information" as basis for the denial and cited investigation as "ongoing." Said notice is hereby attached as Exhibit "B."
20. On November 8, 2006, claimant's counsel, John Satcher, took the deposition of Dr. Aremmia Tanious, and Defendant Baker was present on behalf of all Defendants. In response to multiple questions posed by Mr. Satcher and Defendant Baker, Dr. Tanious opined that Plaintiffs injury was work-related, and that continued treatment was reasonable, related and medically necessary. However, Defendants failed to pay Plaintiff any benefits or provide treatment."

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