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Case Name: Biloy v. WCAB (C.A. Rocha & Sons) 01/03/1975
Note: Evidence in carrier's possession cannot be 'new' evidence absent good showing that ev. was 'undiscoverable'.
Citation: 40 CCC 35
WCC Citation: WCC 27311975 CA
Case Name: Bison Builders Inc. v. Thyssenkrupp Elevator Corp. 09/05/2012
Note: A general contractor is liable for its negligent control of a job site that contributed to a worker's spinal cord injury.
Citation: A131622, A131623
WCC Citation: WCC 39302012 CA
Case Name: Blackburn v. WCAB 07/25/2008
Note: [Unpublished] Since Blackburn did not petition for reconsideration from the WCJ's findings and award and all other issues were affirmed by the WCAB, there is no issue before this court to review.
Citation: F055123
WCC Citation: WCC 34032008 CA
Case Name: Blackledge v. Bank of America 06/03/2010
Note: [En Banc] Physician's role is to assess the injured employee's whole person impairment percentage(s); WCJ's role is to frame instructions; rater's role is to issue a recommended permanent disability rating; WCJ is not bound by a rater's disability rating; must be no ex parte communication between the WCJ and the rater.
Citation: ADJ1735018
WCC Citation: WCC 36352010 CA
Case Name: Blanchard v. WCAB 12/09/1975
Note: Faulty petition to reopen valid when it gives notice of being based on alleged increased disability.
Citation: 53 CA 3d 590, 40 CCC 784
WCC Citation: WCC 27711975 CA
Case Name: Bland v. WCAB 10/26/1970
Note: Awkwardness in allegation does not restrict worker's right to compensation; Petition to Reopen need not request particular classification of compensation.
Citation: 3 Cal.3d 324, 35 CCC 513
WCC Citation: WCC 26431970 CA
Case Name: Bloch Medical Clinic v. WCAB 04/22/1997
Note: Failure to pay or object in 60 days subject carrier to 10% penalty.
Citation: 62 CCC 589
WCC Citation: WCC 28721997 CA
Case Name: Blue Cross of CA. v. WCAB 04/10/1998
Note: No denial of due process where Blue Cross could've requested continuance to obtain necessary records.
Citation: 63 CCC 604 (Writ Denied)
WCC Citation: WCC 28031998 CA
Case Name: Blumenfeld v. Qualcomm, Inc. 09/23/2010
Note: Exclusive remedy did not bar a former employee's intentional infliction of emotional distress claim because she alleged that it resulted from her supervisor's despicable sexual harassment, the 4th District Court of Appeal concluded.
Citation: D055441
WCC Citation: WCC 36732010 CA
Case Name: Board of Chiropractic Examiners v. Superior Court of Sacramento County (Carole Arbuckle) 02/26/2009
Note: An employee of the California Chiropractic Board of Examiners who claims she was harassed at work after pointing out that the board's chairwoman had been practicing without a license was not required to exhaust all administrative remedies before filing a civil whistleblower complaint.
Citation: S151705
WCC Citation: WCC 35002009 CA
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