Notice: Passwords are now case-sensitive

Remember Me
Register a new account
Forgot your password?

Case Law Library

Case Name: Bell vs. Agee Construction 12/29/2004
Note: Subcontractor's failure to maintain WC does not create liability for general contractor.
Citation: 125 Cal. App. 4th 453
WCC Citation: WCC 30702004 CA
Case Name: Bell-Sparrow v. Farmers Insurance Company 11/13/2009
Note: [Unpublished] Only if a plaintiff produces sufficient evidence to establish a prima facie case does the burden shift to the employer to present evidence showing it had a legitimate, nondiscriminatory reason for the employment action, which plaintiff here failed to do.
Citation: A124481
WCC Citation: WCC 35772009 CA
Case Name: Belletich v. Carley 03/12/2008
Note: [Unpublished] The release language of the settlement agreement is not reasonably susceptible to the narrow interpretation urged by plaintiff. In such case, parole evidence is inadmissible and so, does not raise a triable issue of fact.
Citation: B199968
WCC Citation: WCC 33252008 CA
Case Name: Beloud, Inc. v. WCAB 08/19/1975
Note: WCAB exceeded authority by modifying attorneys fees without attorney notice and opportunity to be heard.
Citation: 50 Cal.App.3d 729, 40 CCC 505
WCC Citation: WCC 26621975 CA
Case Name: Bennett v. WCAB 04/03/1986
Note: Peripheral vascular disability was not 'heart trouble' within meaning of this section.
Citation: 51 CCC 139
WCC Citation: WCC 4161986 CA
Case Name: Benson v. The Permanente Medical Group 12/13/2007
Note: The rule in Wilkinson is not consistent with the new requirement that apportionment be based on causation and, therefore, Wilkinson is no longer generally applicable.
Citation: 72 CCC 1620
WCC Citation: WCC 32892007 CA
Case Name: Benson vs. WCAB 02/10/2009
Note: Courts must separately rate successive injuries to the same body part that simultaneously become permanent and stationary.
Citation: A120462
WCC Citation: WCC 34902009 CA
Case Name: Bentley v. IAC 07/31/1946
Note: Atty. fees not to be fixed; Bd. evaluation protects applicant, encourages representation.
Citation: 75 Cal.App.2d 547, 11 CCC 204
WCC Citation: WCC 27171946 CA
Case Name: Bergenstal v. WCAB 04/09/2001
Note: Certain medical practitioners, who do not come within Labor Code section 3209.3, are authorized to provide services to an injured worker if the employer consents.
Citation: 45 Cal.App.4th 1272, 61 CCC 437
WCC Citation: WCC 4092001 CA
Case Name: Berkebile v. WCAB 06/20/1983
Note: Widow's claim filed within 240 weeks of her first knowledge of illness was timely filed.
Citation: 144 Cal.App.3d 940, 48 CCC 438
WCC Citation: WCC 25221983 CA
1692 Results Page 14 of 170