LOUALLEN v. DUNLOP TIRE CORP., 727 So.2d 81 (Ala. 1997)


LOUALLEN v. DUNLOP TIRE CORP., 727 So.2d 81 (Ala. 1997)

Ex parte DUNLOP TIRE CORPORATION. (Re Cleveland J. Louallen v. Dunlop TireCorporation).

No. 1960745.Supreme Court of Alabama.
September 12, 1997.

Petition for writ of certiorari to the Court of Civil Appeals (Madison Circuit Court, CV 94-982, C. Lynwood Smith, Jr., J.; Court of Civil Appeals, 2950187).

Dennis Riley of Morring, Schrimsher Riley, Huntsville, for petitioner.

A. Zach Higgs, Jr., of Higgs Emerson, Huntsville, for respondent.

Prior report: Ala. Civ. App., 727 So.2d 81.

MADDOX, Justice.

This Court granted certiorari review to consider the Court of Civil Appeals’ holding that denied the employer a setoff against the employee’s workers’ compensation benefits. That portion of the Court of Civil Appeals’ judgment denying the setoff is reversed and the cause is remanded. See Ex Parte Dunlop TireCorp., 706 So.2d 729 (Ala. 1997).

REVERSED AND REMANDED.

HOOPER, C.J., and ALMON, COOK and SEE, JJ., concur.