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Case Name: LeFiell Manufacturing Co. v. Superior Court of LA County 08/20/2012
Note: The California Supreme Court on Monday overturned a published appellate court decision allowing the wife of an injured worker to proceed with a loss-of-consortium claim against her husband's employer based on Labor Code Section 4558's exception to workers' compensation exclusivity.
Citation: S192759
WCC Citation: WCC 39212012 CA
Case Name: LeFiell Manufacturing Co. v. Superior Ct of LA (Watrous et al.) 03/30/2011
Note: The California 2nd District Court of Appeal ruled that an applicant may not sue his employer for products liability and general negligence under the Labor Code 4558's exception to exclusive remedy, but allowed his wife to file a loss-of-consortium claim because her claim falls outside the exclusive remedy of workers' compensation.
Citation: B226240
WCC Citation: WCC 37402011 CA
Case Name: Legrone v. Mogenson 06/28/2011
Note: A worker's medical malpractice suit against an occupational physician was untimely, because she filed it after the one-year statute of limitations expired.
Citation: E050274
WCC Citation: WCC 37792011 CA
Case Name: Leinon vs Fishermen's Grotto (#2) 11/16/2004
Note: When indemnity becomes due under 4650 does not depend on whether denial was 'wrong' under 5402.
Citation: 69 CCC 1449; En Banc
WCC Citation: WCC 30642004 CA
Case Name: Leinon vs. Fishermen's Grotto, Mid-Century Insurance Company 08/25/2004
Note: No 4650 penalty due if denied claim later determined compensable and benefits paid within 14 days after Award.
Citation: 68 CCC 1460 (En Banc)
WCC Citation: WCC 30212004 CA
Case Name: Leo's Assoc. Inc. v. DIR 07/12/2004
Note: Penalties enforced for lack of insurance even though reinstated retroactively.
Citation: 120 Cal.App.4th 628
WCC Citation: WCC 29982004 CA
Case Name: Leon v. Pacific Bell Telephone Co. 10/27/2011
Note: An injured worker who was temporarily laid off because she was unable to perform the essential functions of her job, but later rehired after a reasonable accommodation was found, failed to show any facts that would have supported a Fair Employment and Housing Act claim.
Citation: H034995
WCC Citation: WCC 38152011 CA
Case Name: Leonel v. American Airlines, Inc. 03/04/2005
Note: Employer cannot conduct medical exam until after other preliminary hiring requirements are completed.
Citation: 400 F.3d 702
WCC Citation: WCC 30862005 CA
Case Name: Leprino Foods v. WCAB (Barela) 04/30/2010
Note: A worker is entitled to a higher permanent disability award after undergoing an unauthorized surgery that proved successful in hindsight.
Citation: F058809
WCC Citation: WCC 36192010 CA
Case Name: Leroy T. v. WCAB 08/28/1974
Note: Juvenile court ward working in fire suppression is entitled to same benefits as county employee
Citation: 12 Cal.3d 434, 39 CCC 569
WCC Citation: WCC 23921974 CA
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