Northwest Marine Iron Works

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Oregon Court of AppealsFeb 20, 1985
71 Or. App. 310 (Or. Ct. App. 1985)
71 Or. App. 310692 P.2d 130

82-09095; CA A31315 (Control) 82-09755; CA A31316

Argued and submitted November 16, affirmed December 5, 1984, reconsideration denied January 25, petition for review denied February 20, 1985 ( 298 Or. 705)

Judicial Review from Workers' Compensation Board.

Allen T. Murphy, Jr., Portland, argued the cause for petitioner. With him on the brief was Richardson Murphy, Portland.

Kevin L. Mannix, Portland, argued the cause for respondent Northwest Marine Iron Works. With him on the brief was Lindsay, Hart, Neil Weigler, Portland.

Patric J. Doherty, Portland, argued the cause for respondent Dillingham Ship Repair. With him on the brief were Dennis R. VavRosky and Rankin, McMurry, VavRosky Doherty, Portland.

Before Gillette, Presiding Judge, and Van Hoomissen and Young, Judges.



In these consolidated workers' compensation cases, the orders of the Workers' Compensation Board dismissing a widow's claims for death benefits on the ground the claims were not timely filed are affirmed. Fossum v. SAIF, 289 Or. 787, 794, 619 P.2d 233 (1980); Granquist v. SAIF, 25 Or. App. 27, 547 P.2d 1374 (1976).