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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Note: [Unpublished] Plaintiff failed to raise a triable issue of material fact.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
Case Name: Williams v. WCAB (Hilton) 07/28/1993
Note: No lien against comp. benefits allowed for back due rent when debt accrued prior to injury.
Citation: 17 Cal.App.4th 582
WCC Citation: WCC 24991993 CA
Case Name: Williams v. WCAB (Satellite) 03/05/1998
Note: Reg. 10125 requirements must be satisfied by written documents, but need not be satisfied in notice to applicant of potential eligibility for rehabilitation.
Citation: 63 CCC 493 (Writ Denied)
WCC Citation: WCC 27951998 CA
Case Name: Williams vs. WCAB 08/18/1998
Note: Presumption of compensability applies even if claim is accepted then denied after 90 days.
Citation: 74 CA 4th 1260; 64 CCC 995
WCC Citation: WCC 30231998 CA
Case Name: Wills v. Superior Court of Orange County 04/13/2011
Note: California law allows an employer to discipline an employee for making threats or engaging in violence, even when those behaviors are the result of a disability.
Citation: G043054
WCC Citation: WCC 37442011 CA
Case Name: Wilson v. Alstrom Power, Inc. 05/29/2008
Note: [Unpublished] The court made no ruling barring the introduction of evidence of 17 purported additional cases of valley fever among La Paloma workers. Appellants simply changed their minds about attempting to introduce that evidence. There was no predjudicial error in refusing to admit evidence. There was no refusal.
Citation: F051673
WCC Citation: WCC 33752008 CA
Case Name: Wilson v. Centinela Hospital Med. Ctr. 08/31/1998
Note: 'Timeliness' objection to F&A need not be made until after actual filing of F&A.
Citation: 63 CCC 1048
WCC Citation: WCC 26271998 CA
Case Name: Wilson vs. Obedoza 04/23/2009
Note: [Unpublished] Malpractice claim of injured inmate/worker against treating physician barred by provisions of the Workers' Compensation Act.
Citation: A120321
WCC Citation: WCC 35152009 CA
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