O.P. Skaggs Co. v. Nixon.
50 P.2D 55, 97 COLO. 314, 1935.CO.40075
Colorado Supreme Court
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THE O. P. Skaggs Company, the American Mutual Liability Insurance Company and the Industrial Commission, plaintiffs in error, were defendants in the trial court, and will be herein designated as defendants, or by name. John C. Nixon, who was plaintiff in the trial court and claimant before the Industrial Commission and who will be herein designated as the claimant, or by name, was an attorney at law residing in Greeley, Colorado. He was employed by the Skaggs Company on a monthly retainer with special pay for extra services. While driving his automobile on returning to his home in Greeley from a conference in Denver with O. P. Skaggs and other executive officers of the Skaggs company, his car collided with a truck and he was seriously injured.