JOSEPH R. BELANGER, CLAIMANT-APPELLANT vs. BECHTEL CONSTRUCTION CO., EMPLOYER and CRUM FORSTER INS. CO., INSURER and WALSH CONSTRUCTION CO., EMPLOYER and WAUSAU INSURANCE CO., INSURER, RESPONDENTS-APPELLEES

CASE NO. 768 CRD-8-88-9Workers’ Compensation Commission
APRIL 25, 1990

The claimant was represented by Stephen Jacobs, Esq., Jacobs Jacobs, and Ronald Petosa, Esq., Law Offices of Marshall J. Mott.

The respondents-Crum Forster were represented by Douglas Drayton, Esq., Lucas Strunk, Esq., Jason Dodge, Esq., all of Pomeranz, Drayton,
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The respondents-Wausau Insurance Co., were represented by Robert Enright, Esq. However, the respondents-Wausau did not participate in the appellate proceedings.

This Petition for Review from the September 6, 1988 Finding and Dismissal of the Commissioner for the Eighth District was heard February 2, 1990 before a Compensation Review Division panel consisting of the Commission Chairman, John Arcudi, and Commissioners James Metro and George Waldron.

OPINION

JOHN ARCUDI, CHAIRMAN.

Claimant attacks the Eighth District conclusion that no work related injury was proved to have occurred October 28, 1987. As claimant failed to file a Motion to Correct, we are bound by the factual findings of the trial commissioner. Mack v. Blake Drug, 152 Conn. 523 (1965).

On review our limited task therefore is to determine whether the trial commissioner’s conclusion was supported by evidence, contrary to law or based on impermissible or unreasonable factual inferences. Fair v. People’s Savings Bank, 207 Conn. 535 (1988). Our review of the record below indicates there was sufficient evidence to support the commissioner’s conclusions. Further, he drew no impermissible or unreasonable factual inferences.

We, therefore, affirm the trial commissioner’s Finding and Dismissal.

Commissioners James Metro and George Waldron concur.