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Case Name: Vasquez v. Del Rio Sanitarium, Inc. 03/05/2012
Note: A nursing assistant was awarded $196,760 in a Fair Employment and Housing claim, based on her former employer's failure to accommodate her medical restrictions during the early stages of her pregnancy.
Citation: B231327
WCC Citation: WCC 38662012 CA
Case Name: Vasquez v. Juan Jose Interiano 07/06/2009
Note: [Unpublished] There is a rebuttable presumption that an unlicensed worker performing work for which a license is required is an employee rather than an independent contractor.
Citation: B202120
WCC Citation: WCC 35392009 CA
Case Name: Vaught v. State 12/18/2007
Note: The workers' compensation exclusivity rule of Labor Code section 3602 bars the civil action of plaintiff for injuries plaintiff sustained while residing on state premises.
Citation: 157 Cal. App. 4th 1538; 69 Cal. Rptr. 3d 605
WCC Citation: WCC 32912007 CA
Case Name: Vaynberg v. Chevron Products Company 03/14/2013
Note: Chevron Products Co. was not a dual employer of a computer analyst employed by a staffing agency.
Citation: A131126
WCC Citation: WCC 39912013 CA
Case Name: Vega vs. Taco Bell; Cal Indemnity 06/09/2003
Note: Board shall set expedited hearing when right to medical control under HCO in issue.
Citation: 68 CCC 921
WCC Citation: WCC 29372003 CA
Case Name: Veguez v. Long Beach Unified School District 03/07/2005
Note: 'Per injury or accident' as used in Education Code section 44977 applies to second leave where subsequent injury was known and treateable in original leave.
Citation: 127 Cal.App.4th 406
WCC Citation: WCC 30892005 CA
Case Name: Ventura v. ABM Industries Inc. 12/20/2012
Note: An employer must plead and prove that the Workers' Compensation Act applies to a lawsuit that indicates an employment relationship exists in order to invoke exclusive remedy.
Citation: B231817
WCC Citation: WCC 39652012 CA
Case Name: Vera v. WCAB 08/30/2007
Note: The WCAB properly denied the petition for reconsideration because the schedule for rating permanent disabilities that went into effect on January 1, 2005, applies to the instant case.
Citation: 72 CCC 1115
WCC Citation: WCC 32482007 CA
Case Name: Verga v. WCAB 01/23/2008
Note: In light of the legislative intent in enacting section 3208.3, subdivision (b)(1), the disdainful reactions of co-workers to the claimant's abusive conduct were neither actual events of employment nor the predominant cause of her psychological injuries within the meaning of the statute.
Citation: C055711
WCC Citation: WCC 33042008 CA
Case Name: Victor Valley Transit Authority v. WCAB 09/26/2000
Note: No WCAB jurisdiction over 'contribution' issues in joint venture; not appropriate for arbitration.
Citation: 83 Cal.App.4th 1068
WCC Citation: WCC 25402000 CA
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