Dean v. Chrysler Corp., 84065

Decision Date30 June 1989
Docket NumberNo. 84065,No. COA,84065,COA
Citation432 Mich. 921,442 N.W.2d 138
PartiesCorrine DEAN, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. CHRYSLER CORPORATION, Defendant-Appellee. 98898. 432 Mich. 921, 442 N.W.2d 138
CourtMichigan Supreme Court

On order of the Court, the motion for rehearing is treated as a motion for reconsideration of this Court's order of December 29, 1988, and it is GRANTED. We VACATE in part our order dated December 29, 1988, and we GRANT the plaintiff's application for leave to appeal, limited to the issues whether the injuries suffered on June 28, 1978 were work-related and, in the determination of that issue, whether it matters whether there is a direct causal relationship between the injuries suffered on April 1, 1978 and those suffered in June 28, 1978. The application for leave to appeal as cross-appellant remains DENIED.

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  • Dean v. Chrysler Corp.
    • United States
    • Michigan Supreme Court
    • July 3, 1990
    ...was denied. 431 Mich. 913 (1988). However, plaintiff filed a motion for reconsideration, and we then granted leave to appeal. 432 Mich. 921, 442 N.W.2d 138 (1989). II In Rucker, supra, the plaintiff suffered a work-connected injury while in the defendant's employ and was sent to a doctor wh......

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