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Case Name: Sullivan's Stone Factory v. SCIF 05/20/2009
Note: [Unpublished] Under a long line of case law, a defendant can be liable for failing to disclose information that is a matter of public record, provided the defendant's access to that information is superior to the plaintiff's access. Also, had information been disclosed to Plaintiff, it could have avoided being subject to prior owner's claims history by opting to self-insure or by promptly firing any of its employees who used to work for prior owner. It can't be said, as a matter of law, that Plaintiff could not have relied on the nondisclosure of publicly accessible information.
Citation: E045493
WCC Citation: WCC 35252009 CA
Case Name: Sully-Miller Contracting Co. v. WCAB 07/03/1980
Note: Case reopened after surveillance film showed empoyee doing work.
Citation: 107 Cal.App.3d 916
WCC Citation: WCC 25961980 CA
Case Name: Summers v. Newman 07/08/1999
Note: Employer and/or carrier must deduct attorney's fees from prop. share of third party settlement.
Citation: 20 Cal.4th 1021
WCC Citation: WCC 24511999 CA
Case Name: Sumner v. WCAB 06/02/1983
Note: A worker may compromise death benefits of his survivors.
Citation: 33 Cal.3d 965
WCC Citation: WCC 25591983 CA
Case Name: Sun Indem. Co. v. Industrial Accident Comm'n 01/07/1926
Note: Evidence supports finding that employee was injured in course and scope of employment.
Citation: 76 Cal.App. 165
WCC Citation: WCC 30432026 CA
Case Name: Sunderland v. Lockheed Martin 06/09/2005
Note: The commercial traveler rule may not be incorporated into the respondeat superior doctrine.
Citation: 130 Cal.App.4th 1
WCC Citation: WCC 31032005 CA
Case Name: Supervalu v. Wexford Underwriting Managers 06/03/2009
Note: [Unpublished] Policy language is not inconsistent with the apportionment of benefits envisioned by the provisions of the Labor Code.
Citation: B206501
WCC Citation: WCC 35312009 CA
Case Name: Sutter Memorial Hospital v. WCAB 11/10/2008
Note: An employer is not entitled to restitution against attorneys who won $69,000 in attorney fees while unknowingly representing a fraudulent client.
Citation: C058699
WCC Citation: WCC 34602008 CA
Case Name: Sutton v. WCAB 09/21/2007
Note: [Unpublished] The ACOEM Guidelines presumptively establish reasonable medical treatment, regardless of the date of injury.
Citation: F053104
WCC Citation: WCC 32582007 CA
Case Name: Sweeney v. WCAB 07/24/1968
Note: Matter remanded after WCAB relied on improper physician's report.
Citation: 264 Cal.App.2d 296
WCC Citation: WCC 25631968 CA
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