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Case Name: Whetstone v. City of Lodi 03/28/2012
Note: A municipal employee's action to recover back-pay and benefits for the time during which the city constructively separated her from employment after her industrial injury was barred by the California Tort Claims Act.
Citation: C067003
WCC Citation: WCC 38782012 CA
Case Name: Whittier Union High School District v. Haven Construction, Inc. 02/17/2009
Note: A trial court erroneously refused to allow jury instructions on the doctrine of negligence per se in a case featuring an employer and an injured worker's suits alleging that a construction company built faulty wooden stairs.
Citation: B203237
WCC Citation: WCC 34932009 CA
Case Name: Wiley v. WCAB 05/21/2008
Note: [Unpublished] Whether or not enhanced IDL results in payment of full salary, payment of enhanced IDL benefits equals payment of temporary disability indemnity, for purposes of the section 4656(c)(1) limitation on temporary disability indemnity.'
Citation: F053859
WCC Citation: WCC 33712008 CA
Case Name: Wilhelm v. WCAB 10/05/1967
Note: WCAB may make fact determination contrary to referee upon independent exam. of record.
Citation: 255 Cal.App.2d 30
WCC Citation: WCC 26861967 CA
Case Name: Wilkinson v. WCAB 05/25/1977
Note: Whenever a worker sustains successive industrial injuries to the same part of his body while working for the same employer, and these injuries become permanent at the same time, the board should render a single award for the combined disability.
Citation: 19 Cal.3d 491
WCC Citation: WCC 24771977 CA
Case Name: Willette vs. AU Electric (#2) 12/16/2004
Note: Recon denied as not from final order; if neither party agree with panel QME, judicial determination necessary; No determination on weight of UR report vs. PTP or QME reports.
Citation: 69 CCC (2004); En Banc
WCC Citation: WCC 30692004 CA
Case Name: Willette vs. AU Electric Corp. 10/03/2004
Note: Five part procedural test on utilization review objections; UR reports were admissible because they are specifically required in the statutory scheme under LC 4610 and are therefore relevant on issues involving medical care, disapproving their prior holding in Czarnecki.
Citation: 68 CCC 1298; En Banc
WCC Citation: WCC 30322004 CA
Case Name: Williams v. County of San Bernardino Probation Dep't 03/13/2008
Note: [Unpublished] Plaintiff failed to raise a triable issue of material fact.
Citation: E043035
WCC Citation: WCC 33272008 CA
Case Name: Williams v. Hilb, Rogal & Hobbs Ins. 09/09/2009
Note: Insurance agent held herself out as having expertise in the insurance needs of the plaintiff-employer and failure to advise plaintiff of the necessity for such insurance, and that it was not included in her package for plaintiff, breached the duty she assumed by holding herself out as 'the expert on the product necessary to satisfy [plaintiff's] insurance needs.'
Citation: B203691
WCC Citation: WCC 35642009 CA
Case Name: Williams v. Mcdonnel-Douglas Corp. 06/06/1973
Note: Reimbursement of costs of copying records with material relationship to claim is allowed.
Citation: 8 CCC 325
WCC Citation: WCC 28061973 CA
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