Gordon v. North Dakota Workforce Safety and Insurance
Plaintiff: Eric Lee Gordon
Defendant: North Dakota Workforce Safety and Insurance
Case Number: 3:2020cv00187
Filed: October 14, 2020
Court: US District Court for the District of North Dakota
Presiding Judge: Alice R Senechal
Nature of Suit: Civil Rights: Other
Cause of Action: 42:1983
Jury Demanded By: None
Docket Report

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Date Filed Document Text
October 15, 2020 Filing 4 Summons Issued as to North Dakota Workforce Safety and Insurance. (pb)
October 15, 2020 Filing 3 NOTICE of Direct Assignment as to Eric Lee Gordon. Consent/Reassignment Form due by 10/29/2020. (pb)
October 14, 2020 Filing 2 SEALED DOCUMENT (Exhibit AA Page 2 of Letter from Board of Medicine Investigative Panel B) re #1 Complaint, by Eric Lee Gordon. (Attachments: #1 Exhibit BB News Article dated 06/01/2009, #2 Exhibit CC BCBS Quarterly Summary, #3 Exhibit DD Medical Records Lab Summary dated 01/20/2016, #4 Exhibit EE Medical Records History & Physical dated 01/18/2016, #5 Exhibit FF Medical Records after care instructions dated 01/18/2016, #6 Exhibit GG Medical Records dated 01/22/2016, #7 Exhibit HH Work Excuse dated 01/22/2016, #8 Exhibit II Medical Records dated 01/11/2016, #9 Exhibit JJ Medical Records dated 05/17/2012, #10 Exhibit KK WSI Report of Injury dated 01/18/2016, #11 Exhibit LL WSI Claim Information dated 01/27/2016, #12 Exhibit MM WIS Notice of Decision dated 02/02/2016, #13 Exhibit NN Fargo Spine letter dated 11/14/2016, #14 Exhibit OO Medical Chart Notes dated 10/21/2016, #15 Exhibit PP Medical History Timeline, #16 Exhibit QQ Medical Records dated 11/02/2016, #17 Exhibit RR Medical History 12/13-14/2016, #18 Exhibit SS Letter from NDDOT dated 12/16/2016, #19 Exhibit TT Medical Records dated 10/20/2016, #20 Exhibit UU Medical Records dated 10/25/2016, #21 Exhibit VV After Visit Summary dated 11/11/2016, #22 Exhibit WW Medical Summary & Terminology dated 12/10/2016, #23 Exhibit XX Medical History 01/12/2017 & Medscape Info, #24 Exhibit YY Medical Records dated 03/30/2017, #25 Exhibit ZZ Medical Records dated 10/24/2011, #26 Exhibit AAA Medical Records dated 04/11/2017, #27 Exhibit BBB Medical Records dated 05/16/2017, #28 Exhibit CCC Medical Records dated 07/31/2017, #29 Exhibit DDD Notice of Disposition dated 06/18/2019, #30 Exhibit EEE Medical Records 01/22/2016, #31 Exhibit FFF ALJ Decision dated 11/07/2017, #32 Exhibit GGG Bill of Rights for Injured Workers of ND)(pb)
October 14, 2020 Filing 1 COMPLAINT (Brief in Support of Motion for Live Court Hearing to Persent the Evidance) against North Dakota Workforce Safety and Insurance (Filing fee $400, receipt number 321000010) filed by Eric Lee Gordon. (Attachments: #1 Certificate of Service)(pb)

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