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Case Name: Aubry v. WCAB 07/28/1997
Note: Service of claim form is proper notice to employer for injuries in years 1990-93.
Citation: 56 Cal.App.4th 1032, 62 CCC 870
WCC Citation: WCC 24371997 CA
 
 
Case Name: Audiss v. City of Rohnert Park 04/02/2007
Note: Defendant is entitled to the benefit of Labor Code section 4658(d)(3)(A), as agreed upon by the parties in their Stipulated Award.
Citation: SRO 0137956
WCC Citation: WCC 34392007 CA
 
 
Case Name: Avalon Bay Foods v. WCAB 08/20/1998
Note: No penalty if reimbursable medical expense paid within 60 days of receipt.
Citation: 18 Cal.4th 1165, 63 CCC 902
WCC Citation: WCC 3951998 CA
 
 
Case Name: Aveni v. Board of Chiropractic Examiners 01/24/2008
Note: An incorrect interpretation of the law arrived at by the application of an incorrect legal theory cannot invalidate an administrative determination otherwise correct in result.
Citation: C052955
WCC Citation: WCC 33062008 CA
 
 
Case Name: Avila v. WCAB 12/30/1970
Note: PD when impairment of earning capacity or normal use of a member, or handicap in labor mkt.
Citation: 14 Cal.App.3d 33, 35 CCC 637
WCC Citation: WCC 25111970 CA
 
 
Case Name: Avila-Gonzalez v. Workers' Compensation Appeals Board 10/07/2010
Note: Faced with conflicting case law about what needs to be present in a doctor's report for the 1997 Permanent Disability Rating Schedule to apply, the 1st District Court of Appeal on Thursday sided with the Genlyte decision and remanded back to the Workers' Compensation Appeals Board for a decision about whether a medical report written before 2005 stated that the applicant was permanently disabled.
Citation: A126429
WCC Citation: WCC 36762010 CA
 
 
Case Name: Ayala et al. v. Antelope Valley Newspapers, Inc. 09/19/2012
Note: A group of newspaper home delivery carriers were entitled to assert a class action against their employer based on their alleged misclassification as independent contractors.
Citation: B235484
WCC Citation: WCC 39422012 CA
 
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