Washington Law Review
Washington Workmen's Compensation: The Duplicate Task of Commission and Courts in Hearing Appeals Upon the Facts
There are few instances in the law when a litigant can appeal to three successive tribunals upon findings of fact alone, and obtain a complete rehearing in each of them Such is the anomalous procedure permitted in cases arising under our Industrial Insurance Act. That, and the provision for a jury sitting on the second appeal, may help to explain the frequency with which "Blank v Department of Labor and Industries" appears in our advance sheets.
M. B. Crutcher,
Washington Workmen's Compensation: The Duplicate Task of Commission and Courts in Hearing Appeals Upon the Facts,
21 Wash. L. Rev. & St. B.J.
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