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Welch v. County of Essex

New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division


Decided: January 16, 1950.

ANNA WELCH, ETC., RESPONDENT,
v.
COUNTY OF ESSEX, APPELLANT

Jacobs, Donges and Bigelow.

Per Curiam

[6 NJSuper Page 185]

This is an appeal from two judgments of the Essex County Court, entered by Judge Hartshorne in workmen's compensation proceedings that had been consolidated for trial. There were two questions in the County Court: whether a certain deposition taken in one proceeding was admissible in the other, and whether the accident aggravated and accelerated the condition of cancer which first incapacitated the employee and eventually caused his death. The appellant concedes that the County Court correctly decided that the deposition was evidential in both causes, and confines the argument to the fact question of aggravation. On this question we adopt the reasons stated in the opinion of Judge Hartshorne reported in 6 N.J. Super. 422. The judgments will be affirmed.

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