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Case Name: Fireman's Fund Insurance Co. v. Workers' Compensation Appeals Board 10/12/2010
Note: A special employer is liable for a Temptation Island producer's back injury after his general employer's workers' compensation carrier went insolvent, because the special employer's comp policy qualifies as 'other insurance' under the Insurance Code.
Citation: B215486
WCC Citation: WCC 36772010 CA
Case Name: Fitch v. Select Products Co. 08/01/2005
Note: Medi-Cal lien cannot be asserted in wrongful death action that does not include medical expenses.
Citation: 36 Cal.4th 812
WCC Citation: WCC 31112005 CA
Case Name: Flahavan v. SCIF 09/01/2011
Note: State Fund has no obligation to pay its policyholders interest on deposit premiums, the 1st District Court of Appeal ruled in an unpublished decision.
Citation: A128280
WCC Citation: WCC 37972011 CA
Case Name: Fleetwood Enterprises, Inc. v. WCAB (Moody) 12/16/2005
Note: Injury sustained while on pleasure trip is not compensable under the going and coming rule.
Citation: 134 Cal. App. 4th 1316
WCC Citation: WCC 31322005 CA
Case Name: Flores v. Prime Time Products 10/20/2008
Note: [Unpublished] Policy #293 was a contract of adhesion and oppressive.
Citation: D052205
WCC Citation: WCC 34372008 CA
Case Name: Flores v. WCAB 04/11/1974
Note: The obligation of Uninsured Employers Fund is same as uninsured employer
Citation: 11 Cal.3d 171, 39 CCC 289
WCC Citation: WCC 24111974 CA
Case Name: Flowmaster, Inc. v. Superior Court 06/23/1993
Note: Explaining liability of employer when it manufactures its own presses.
Citation: 16 Cal.App.4th 1019, 58 CCC 333
WCC Citation: WCC 24221993 CA
Case Name: Foodmaker, Inc. v. WCAB 10/06/1998
Note: No voc. rehab. where more costly for illegal immigrant than legal under Equal Protection.
Citation: 78 Cal.Rptr.2d 767, 63 CCC 1222
WCC Citation: WCC 24611998 CA
Case Name: Ford Construction Co. v. WCAB (Newell) 09/17/2010
Note: Substantial evidence showed that an employer did not commit serious and willful misconduct that resulted in a worker's death, the 3rd District Court of Appeal ruled.
Citation: C061176
WCC Citation: WCC 36702010 CA
Case Name: Ford v. Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory 01/27/1997
Note: No 'constructive' filing of applic. for adjudication by employee for employer liability for atty. fees.
Citation: 62 CCC 153
WCC Citation: WCC 25641997 CA
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