A unanimous Supreme Court ruled for our client, who was wrongfully denied widow’s benefits when her husband was killed on the job at the City of Miller.  James “Boney” Bonebright was killed when a trench caved in.  The City had a practice of trenching sewer lines without using a trench box or sloping the sides.  The insurance carrier ignored the City’s established practice and blamed the employee—in denying the widow her worker’s compensation death benefits.  We won this at the department level, and the carrier appealed.  We won it at the circuit court level, and the carrier appealed.  Now, we prevailed before a unanimous Supreme Court that found the facts supporting our client were “undisputed” and “inarguable.”