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Alabama Employee Leasing Case Law

Please find, below, selected case laws decided by Supreme Court of Alabama or Court of Appeals of Alabama where the terms employee leasing has been mentioned. You are not to rely on these cases as legal advice nor should you rely on them for accuracy. Please see Terms of Service.

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Kerns Trucking - 11/23/2005
This is a workers' compensation case. This appeal concerns whether Kathy Whiteside ("the worker") was an employee of Kerns Trucking, Inc. ("the company"), at the time she was injured. Specifically, the issue is whether the company is...

R.S.M. v. State - 11/23/2005
On August 4, 2004, the appellant, R.S.M., pleaded guilty in the Baldwin Juvenile Court to contributing to the delinquency of a minor, a violation of § 12-15-13, Ala. Code 1975. He was sentenced to one year's imprisonment; the sentence...

Squires v. City of Saraland - 11/23/2005
This appeal, transferred from the Supreme Court pursuant to Ala. Code 1975, § 12-2-7(6), concerns whether a municipality may properly require a resident of that municipality who seeks to provide day care for no more than five children...

Ex parte Chemical Waste Management - 11/18/2005
PETITION FOR WRIT OF MANDAMUS Chemical Waste Management, Inc. ("ChemWaste"), petitions this Court for a writ of mandamus directing the Montgomery Circuit Court to dismiss the action filed against it by John Nichols. We deny the...

Alabama Board of Nursing v. Williams - 11/18/2005
The Alabama Board of Nursing ("the Board") appeals from a judgment of the Montgomery Circuit Court reversing an order of the Board that had suspended a license issued to Michael Williams to practice professional nursing and had imposed...

Meinhardt v. SAAD'S Healthcare Services - 11/18/2005
Cynthia Meinhardt sued her employer, SAAD'S Healthcare Services, Inc. ("SAAD'S"), seeking workers' compensation benefits under the Workers' Compensation Act, § 25-5-1 et seq., Ala. Code 1975 ("the Act"), based on "severe physical and...

Mack v. Arnold - 11/10/2005
This is an appeal from a summary judgment entered in favor of a sheriff on a deputy sheriff's claims alleging wrongful termination and breach of contract. The issues this court must resolve are whether a denial of due process or an...

Overnite Transportation Co. v. McDuffie - 11/10/2005
Overnite Transportation Company ("Overnite") appeals from a judgment of the Jefferson Circuit Court in a case brought under the Workers' Compensation Act, Ala. Code 1975, § 25-5-1 et seq. The primary issue presented is whether the...

McClelland v. Simon-Williamson Clinic - 11/4/2005
Bryan McClelland, M.D. ("the doctor"), sued Simon-Williamson Clinic, P.C. ("the clinic"), seeking workers' compensation benefits for injuries he claims he sustained on February 7, 2000, in the line and scope of his employment. The...

Harmon v. Harmon - 11/4/2005
Wanda Harmon ("the wife") appeals a divorce judgment, contending that it awarded her insufficient marital property, insufficient periodic alimony, and insufficient child support. We affirm in part, reverse in part, and remand with...

United Auto Workers Local 1155 v. Fortenberry - 10/21/2005
United Auto Workers Local 1155 ("the employer") appeals from a judgment of the Walker Circuit Court awarding Larry Fortenberry ("the employee") permanent-total-disability benefits under the Alabama Workers' Compensation Act, Ala. Code...

Hedegard v. BE&K - 8/19/2005
Richard Hedegard appeals from a summary judgment entered by the Mobile Circuit Court in favor of BE&K in his action against it for alleged discrimination in violation of the Alabama Age Discrimination in Employment Act, Ala. Code...

Dennis v. Northcutt - 8/19/2005
On Application for Rehearing. On July 8, 2005, this Court affirmed the trial court's summary judgment for Walter M. Northcutt without an opinion. In his application for rehearing, Gregory Dennis, the appellant, makes the...

Buist v. Time Domain Corp. - 7/29/2005
Charles R. Buist appeals from an order of the Madison Circuit Court entering a partial summary judgment for Time Domain Corporation ("Time Domain"), Ralph Petroff, Mark Petroff, Lori Sloan, and Kneeland Youngblood (collectively "the...

Ex parte Cavalier Home Builders - 7/22/2005
PETITION FOR WRIT OF MANDAMUS Cavalier Home Builders, L.L.C. ("the employer"), petitions for a writ of mandamus directing the Walker Circuit Court to transfer to Winston County an action brought under the Workers' Compensation...

Miller & Miller Construction Co. - 7/15/2005
This is the sixth appeal in this protracted litigation between Miller & Miller Construction Company, Inc. ("the employer"), and Gary Wayne Madewell ("the employee") over the employer's workers' compensation subrogation claim...

Madix - 6/30/2005
Madix, Inc., appeals the judgment of the Tallapoosa Circuit Court finding Lenward Douglas Champion to be permanently and totally disabled as a result of two cumulative-physical-stress injuries to Champion's back. Although Madix raises...

Massey v. Krispy Kreme Doughnut Corp. - 6/24/2005
Alicia Massey appeals from a summary judgment entered in favor of Krispy Kreme Doughnut Corporation ("Krispy Kreme") as to her claims alleging retaliatory discharge in violation of Ala. Code 1975, § 25-5- 11.1, breach of contract, and...

Scott v. Scott - 6/17/2005
Trudie Hayes Scott ("the mother") appeals from a divorce judgment that, she claims, improperly "stayed" the child-support obligation of Joe F. Scott ("the father"). The father cross-appeals and asserts that the trial court's judgment...

Masterbrand Cabinets - 6/3/2005
This appeal involves a challenge to a judgment entered against Masterbrand Cabinets, Inc., and in favor of Drucilla Johnson, awarding workers' compensation benefits to Johnson for a permanent and total disability based on debilitating...

Reeves Rubber - 5/13/2005
Mary Kate Wallace sued Reeves Rubber, Inc., seeking workers' compensation benefits for an alleged injury to her back sustained on January 29, 2001, in the line and scope of her employment. Reeves Rubber answered and denied liability....

Delphi Automotive Systems - 5/13/2005
This is an appeal filed by Delphi Automotive Systems, L.L.C., from a judgment entered by the Tuscaloosa Circuit Court awarding workers' compensation benefits to Debra M. Law. We have concluded that the appeal is due to be dismissed as...

Bryant v. State - 4/29/2005
On Return to Remand The appellant, Jerry Devane Bryant, was convicted of murder made capital because it occurred during a kidnapping in the first degree. See § 13A-5-40(a)(1), Ala. Code 1975. In accordance with the jury's...

Fort James Operating Co. - 4/29/2005
This is the third time that these parties have been before this court. Originally, after ore tenus proceedings, the trial court found William F. Irby, Jr., to be permanently, totally disabled and awarded benefits accordingly....

Diggs v. Diggs - 4/15/2005
This is a divorce case. Willie L. Diggs ("the husband") appeals the divorce judgment insofar as it awarded him, in lieu of an interest in the marital residence, $20,000 to be paid by Queen Amos Diggs ("the wife") within 24 months from...

City of Mobile v. Cooks - 4/8/2005
Nancy Cooks sued the City of Mobile ("the City") on April 27, 2001, alleging that the City had negligently issued a building permit to Michael Cox and that its negligent issuance of that permit caused her to sustain property damage and...

Banks v. State - 3/18/2005
Tellis Banks was indicted for two counts of capital murder, violations of §§ 13A-5-40(a)(17) and 13A-5-40(a)(18), Ala. Code 1975, and one count of discharging a weapon into an occupied vehicle, a violation of § 13A-11-61, Ala. Code...

Riscorp - 3/18/2005
Riscorp, Inc., appeals, and Peter D. Norman, as trustee of the Norman Family Charitable Remainder Unitrust ("the Trust"), and Thomas K. Albrecht cross-appeal, from a judgment awarding the Trust $1,150,000 compensatory damages and...

Stone & Webster Construction - 3/18/2005
On Application for Rehearing This court's opinion of December 17, 2004, is withdrawn and the following is substituted therefor. Ted L. Lanier sued his employer, Stone & Webster Construction, Inc., on May 29, 2001,...

Beckerle v. Moore - 3/11/2005
The plaintiffs below, Robert A. Beckerle and 10 other citizens of the State of Alabama (hereinafter "the taxpayers"), appeal from an order of the Montgomery Circuit Court granting a motion to dismiss filed by the defendant, Roy S....

Musgrove Construction - 2/25/2005
On Return to Remand I. Facts and Procedural History Charles E. Malley ("the worker"), a journeyman lineman, was employed by Musgrove Construction, Inc. ("the company"). The company constructs and maintains power lines. The...

King v. Cape - 2/25/2005
On Application for Rehearing The opinion of this court issued December 30, 2004, is withdrawn, and the following is substituted therefor. Lytricia King, who had been employed by Russell Corporation since 1996, began working...

Hexcel Decatur - 2/25/2005
The Madison Circuit Court denied the motion, filed by Hexcel Decatur, Inc., to dismiss Terry Vickers's retaliatory-discharge claim. Pursuant to Rule 5, Ala. R. App. P., Hexcel Decatur petitioned this Court for permission to appeal the...

Green v. Georgia-Pacific Corp. - 2/11/2005
Curtis T. Green sued Georgia-Pacific Corporation seeking to recover workers' compensation benefits for an alleged on-the-job injury. On January 16, 2004, the trial court entered a judgment in favor of Georgia-Pacific. Green filed a...

Sheffield v. Choctaw Transport - 1/14/2005
On Application for Rehearing The opinion of November 12, 2004, is withdrawn, and the following is substituted therefor: This is the second time this matter has been before this court. On June 26, 2002, Kenneth Sheffield...

Ex parte Free - 1/7/2005
PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI TO THE COURT OF CIVIL APPEALS Dorothy Free sued Alan B. Lasseter and Church, Seay & Minor, P.C., an Alabama professional corporation with whom Lasseter practiced law, to recover money damages...

Alias v. State - 1/7/2005
James Cooper was convicted, pursuant to count one of the indictment returned against him, to intentional murder as a lesser offense of murder made capital because it was committed during the course of a robbery, § 13A-5-40(a)(2), Ala....

[W] King v. Cape - 12/30/2004
Lytricia King, who had been employed by Russell Corporation since 1996, began working as a BRB machine operator at a Russell Corporation plant in Brundidge in April 2001. The BRB machine is a machine that processes fabric used in...

Burkes Mechanical - 12/30/2004
Burkes Mechanical, Inc. ("Burkes"), appeals from a judgment entered against it indemnifying Ft. James-Pennington, Inc. ("Ft. James"), in the amount of $989,963.19, which represented Ft. James's payment to settle an action against it,...

King v. Cape - 12/30/2004
Lytricia King, who had been employed by Russell Corporation since 1996, began working as a BRB machine operator at a Russell Corporation plant in Brundidge in April 2001. The BRB machine is a machine that processes fabric used in...

Stone & Webster Construction - 12/17/2004
Ted L. Lanier sued his employer, Stone & Webster Construction, Inc., on May 29, 2001, seeking to recover workers' compensation benefits for an injury he allegedly sustained to his right knee during the course of his employment with...

Ex parte Chapman Nursing Home - 12/17/2004
PETITION FOR WRIT OF MANDAMUS Chapman Nursing Home, Inc. ("Chapman"), petitions this Court for the writ of mandamus ordering the Tallapoosa Circuit Court to vacate its order of April 5, 2004, transferring this case to the Coosa...

Spears v. Spears - 12/17/2004
This is a child-support-modification case. James E. Spears, the father, was divorced from Jeannie M. Spears, the mother, on August 29, 2002. In the final judgment, the father was ordered to pay $906 per month in child support and $300...

Wadsworth v. Jewell - 12/10/2004
Brenda Wadsworth appeals from a summary judgment in favor of Linda Jewell and Jackie Moore in Wadsworth's "co-employee" action against Jewell and Moore in the Jefferson Circuit Court. We affirm. Wadsworth sued Jewell and Moore...

Home Insurance Co. v. Montgomery County Commission - 12/10/2004
The Home Insurance Company appeals from the trial court's order granting the motion filed by the Montgomery County Commission ("the County") to enforce a settlement agreement and entering a judgment in the amount of $250,000 against...

Mercy Medical v. Keao - 12/3/2004
On Remand from the Alabama Supreme Court This court's prior judgment in th is case has been reversed, and the cause has been remanded by the Alabama Supreme Court. Ex parte Keao, [Ms. 1030674, August 27, 2004] So. 2d , (Ala....

Jim Walter Resources - 12/3/2004
Vonnie Lee Riles sued his employer, Jim Walter Resources, Inc., seeking to recover workers' compensation benefits for a psychological injury he sustained during the course of his employment with Jim Walter Resources. Riles also alleged...

Ex parte Fiber Transport - 12/3/2004
This matter is before this court on a petition for a writ of mandamus. The materials that have been submitted to this court reveal the following facts. On September 23, 2003, Richard Owens, Jr., sued Fiber Transport, L.L.C.,...

Kimberly-Clark Corp. v. Sawyer - 11/19/2004
On January 9, 1997, Janie Sawyer ("Sawyer"), as the widow and dependent of Bobby Mack Sawyer ("the employee"), sued Kimberly-Clark Corporation, seeking workers' compensation benefits pursuant to § 25-5-60, Ala. Code 1975, following the...

Miller and Miller Construction Co. - 11/19/2004
The saga continues. For the fifth time, we are confronted with an appeal in which it is contended that the trial court has erred in determining a claim made by Miller and Miller Construction Company, Inc. ("the employer"), to...

Ex parte Smith - 11/12/2004
PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI TO THE COURT OF CIVIL APPEALS Introduction The plaintiff J. Wayne Smith petitioned us for a writ of certiorari to review the decision of the Court of Civil Appeals affirming without opinion...

Nelson v. Dollar General Corp. - 11/12/2004
Patricia R. Nelson sued her employer, Dollar General Corporation, on October 13, 2001, seeking to recover workers' compensation benefits for injuries she allegedly sustained during the course of her employment with Dollar General....

[W] Sheffield v. Choctaw Transport - 11/12/2004
This is the second time this matter has been before this court. On June 26, 2002, Kenneth Sheffield sued his employer, Choctaw Transport, Inc. ("Choctaw"), seeking to recover workers' compensation benefits for injuries he suffered in...

Glass v. City of Dothan Personnel Board - 11/5/2004
Ronald Glass was employed by the City of Dothan as a police officer when he injured his back while placing leg irons on a prisoner in October 1999. After two surgeries, including a lumbar fusion, and physical therapy, Officer Glass...

Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. v. Moore - 11/5/2004
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company ("the company") appeals from a judgment calculating a 15% attorney fee in a workers' compensation action brought by Byron Moore, Jr. ("the worker"). The company provides the worker with a disability...

First South Utility Construction - 9/24/2004
In this workers' compensation case, the Talladega Circuit Court has entered an order determining that Phillip Baker suffered an on-the-job injury to his right knee and back and has ordered First South Utility Construction, Inc., to...

Valtex - 9/10/2004
This is an appeal from the award of benefits to a worker in a workers' compensation action. The claim relates to an injury to Rachel Brown ("the worker") that was allegedly sustained during a period of employment with Valtex, Inc....

Clear Creek Transportation - 6/30/2004
This case addresses the meaning of the term "rehabilitation" in § 25-5-57(a)(4)d., Ala. Code 1975, which states that " ny employee whose disability results from an injury or impairment and who shall have refused to undergo physical or...

American Home Assurance Co. v. Gaylor - 6/25/2004
American Home Assurance Company, as subrogee for Thomas J. Wetherell, appeals from a summary judgment in favor of Renea Gaylor, as personal representative of the estate of Charles Hillman, deceased. We reverse and remand. I. ...

Birmingham News Co. v. Horn - 6/11/2004
This opinion addresses the appeals by The Birmingham News Company ("the News") of approximately $20 million in awards made by arbitrators to Sherry Horn, Hugh Stewart, Kameron Hyde, Jesse Glass, James McLendon, and Teresa McLendon...

Ex parte Fort James Operating Co. - 6/4/2004
PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI TO THE COURT OF CIVIL APPEALS William Irby was employed by Fort James Operating Company ("Fort James") for 32 years. In July 1997, while practicing with the Fort James fire-prevention department on...

Fireman's Fund Insurance Co. v. Gray - 6/4/2004
Ronald Gray sued Danny Gray Flooring ("Gray Flooring"), a business owned by Ronald, on October 13, 2000, seeking to recover workers' compensation benefits for injuries he sustained to his lower back on November 1, 1998. Gray Flooring...

Ex parte City of Brundidge - 6/4/2004
PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI TO THE COURT OF CIVIL APPEALS The City of Brundidge ("the City") and its workers' compensation carrier petitioned the trial court seeking a credit for workers' compensation payments made to Coston...

Ford v. Jefferson County - 2/20/2004
Three Jefferson County probation officers, Tom Ford, Michele Wells, and Cynthia Bunton-Welch ("the officers"), appeal from a summary judgment entered against them and in favor of Jefferson County and Jefferson County Juvenile Services...

Dennis v. Northcutt - 2/13/2004
In February 1998, Gregory Dennis retained attorney Walter Northcutt to represent him in a legal-malpractice action against the law firm Meelheim and Rea, P.C. Northcutt represented Dennis in his suit against Meelheim and Rea; however,...

Fort James Operating Company v. Kirklewski - 2/6/2004
On Applications for Rehearing The opinion of October 31, 2003, is withdrawn, and the following is substituted therefor. This appeal arises from a workers' compensation action in the Choctaw Circuit Court initiated in...

Ex parte Romines - 12/30/2003
PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI TO THE COURT OF CIVIL APPEALS WRIT DENIED. See, Lyons, Brown, Harwood, Woodall, and Stuart, JJ., concur. Johnstone, J., dissents. JOHNSTONE, Justice (dissenting). I...

Ex parte Western Mental Health Center - 12/30/2003
PETITIONS FOR WRIT OF MANDAMUS Western Mental Health Center, a division of the Jefferson County Board of Health (hereinafter referred to as "Western"), petitions this Court for a writ of mandamus directing Judge Dan C. King III...

Wal-Mart Stores - 12/30/2003
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. ("Wal-Mart"), appeals from a judgment awarding Dianne Gardner workers' compensation benefits. We reverse and remand. Both parties agree that on September 17, 1999, Gardner, an employee of Wal-Mart, sustained...

[W] VF Jeanswear v. Taylor - 12/30/2003
This is an appeal from a judgment entered by the Franklin Circuit Court in favor of Barbara Jean Taylor, the employee, and against VF Jeanswear d/b/a The Lee Company in a workers' compensation case. Taylor had worked for VF...

Scott Bridge Company v. Wright - 12/19/2003
Scott Bridge Company appeals, pursuant to Rule 5, Ala. R. App. P., from the trial court's order denying its motion for a summary judgment in a retaliatory-discharge action filed against it by Michael Wright. We reverse the trial...

Barrett v. Lee Brass Company - 12/12/2003
This is an appeal from a summary judgment entered in a workers' compensation case holding that the plaintiff was not entitled to death benefits in connection with her husband's death. The plaintiff argues that the trial court erred in...

Musgrove Construction - 12/12/2003
On Applications for Rehearing The opinion of this court issued August 8, 2003, is withdrawn, and the following is substituted therefor. I. Facts and Procedural History Charles E. Malley ("the worker") was employed by...

Bundrick v. McAllister - 12/12/2003
After a jury trial, the Madison Circuit Court entered a judgment awarding $85,000 in damages to Letitia Wyatt McAllister in her action against Lawrence H. Bundrick, Jr., M.D., under the Alabama Medical Liability Act, § 6-5-480 et seq.,...

Collier v. City of Brundidge - 12/12/2003
This case presents a single primary issue: whether the right of an employer to reimbursement of workers' compensation payments made to an injured employee who has recovered damages as a result of his or her injury from a third party...

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