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Case Name: Wings West Airlines v. WCAB 12/11/1986
Note: Actual contribution of support by deceased employee required to find partial dependency.
Citation: 187 CalApp.3d 1047
WCC Citation: WCC 26561986 CA
Case Name: Winslow v. County of Siskiyou; SCIF 01/29/1957
Note: Pilot commandeered by sheriff entitled to benefits.
Citation: 22 CCC 56 (IAC Panel)
WCC Citation: WCC 4251957 CA
Case Name: Wisdom v. AccentCare 01/03/2012
Note: An employer's arbitration agreement was unenforceable because it was procedurally and substantively unconscionable.
Citation: C065744
WCC Citation: WCC 38412012 CA
Case Name: Withem v. Ron Rogers & Associates 12/18/2008
Note: An employer did not discriminate when it terminated a worker whose doctors said she was totally disabled, but it may have violated the Fair Employment and Housing Act before she was terminated by refusing to accommodate her fibromyalgia before she took medical leave.
Citation: B204034
WCC Citation: WCC 34702008 CA
Case Name: Witt v. Jackson 12/04/1961
Note: Employer negligence is imputed to carrier limiting subrogation recovery.
Citation: 57 Cal.2d 57
WCC Citation: WCC 23811961 CA
Case Name: Wolf v. State Bar 08/05/2008
Note: [Unpublished] Appellant had three opportunities to be heard on the claim against him, but no substantive opposition was ever presented. Surely, the process here afforded appellant a reasonable opportunity to be heard, in satisfaction of his due process rights.
Citation: B198608
WCC Citation: WCC 34082008 CA
Case Name: Wolski v. IAC 07/31/1945
Note: Worker's sight in only good eye destroyed- no PTD
Citation: 70 Cal.App.2d 427
WCC Citation: WCC 25451945 CA
Case Name: Woodline Furniture Mfg. Co. v. Dept. of Indus. Rel. 04/04/1994
Note: Penalty at time of citation for inadequate compensation stands.
Citation: 23 Cal.App.4th 1653
WCC Citation: WCC 24381994 CA
Case Name: Woods v. Union Pacific Railroad Co. 04/15/2008
Note: [Unpublished] Inasmuch as the appliances required by the SAA's implementing regulations only represent the minimum of safety equipment, there is nothing prohibiting the installation of additional safety appliances.
Citation: B186044
WCC Citation: WCC 33432008 CA
Case Name: Workmen's Auto Insurance Co v. Guy Carpenter & Co., Inc. 05/04/2011
Note: An insurance broker cannot be sued for breach of fiduciary duty, according to a published decision from the 2nd District Court of Appeal.
Citation: B211660, c/w B213853
WCC Citation: WCC 37582011 CA
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