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Case Name: Industrial Indemnity Co. v. WCAB 03/13/1985
Note: The Board's statutory interpretation allowing benefits during the qualified injured worker (QIW) evaluation period, provided the employee in good faith presents prima facie evidence justifying a request for rehabilitation, clearly forecloses false claims. Such interpretation is consistent with, and not in conflict with, the statute, and is reasonably necessary to effect the statutory purposes.
Citation: B003862
WCC Citation: WCC 34351985 CA
 
 
Case Name: Infinet Marketing Services, Inc. v. American Motorist Insurance Company 04/06/2007
Note: The insurance broker is not a third party beneficiary of the insurance contract.
Citation: 150 Cal. App. 4th 168
WCC Citation: WCC 32182007 CA
 
 
Case Name: Insur. Co. of N. America v. T.L.C. Lines 10/16/1996
Note: Where the tortfeasor settles with an insured in good faith, the insurer's right to recovery from the tortfeasor is barred but the insurer may be able to recover from its insured.
Citation: 50 Cal.App.4th 90, 61 CCC 1166
WCC Citation: WCC 23901996 CA
 
 
Case Name: Integrated Healthcare Holdings inc. v. Weiss (G041905) 09/13/2010
Note: An attorney who had settled a lawsuit against his former employer breached the parties' settlement agreement by continuing to pursue a Labor Code 132a claim against the employer at the Workers' Compensation Appeals Board, the 4th District Court of Appeal concluded.
Citation: G041905
WCC Citation: WCC 36662010 CA
 
 
Case Name: Integrated Healthcare Holdings inc. v. Weiss (G042016) 09/13/2010
Note: An attorney who had settled a lawsuit against his former employer breached the parties' settlement agreement by continuing to pursue a Labor Code 132a claim against the employer at the Workers' Compensation Appeals Board, the 4th District Court of Appeal concluded.
Citation: G042016
WCC Citation: WCC 36652010 CA
 
 
Case Name: Integrated Investigations Inc. v. O'Donnell 10/18/2011
Note: A California appellate court on Tuesday threw out a private investigation firm's lawsuit against a defense attorney who had advised agencies affiliated with Los Angeles County to avoid using the firm because it had failed to report to the county that one of its investigators had been involved in a high-speed chase with a workers' compensation applicant.
Citation: B231035
WCC Citation: WCC 38132011 CA
 
 
Case Name: Interstate Fire and Casualty Ins. Co. v Cleveland Wrecking Co. 02/22/2010
Note: It is prudent to permit subrogation, so that a party with an alleged contractual indemnification obligation will be encouraged to step up in the underlying case and either fulfill the obligation (and implicitly help settle the case) or resolve any dispute over the application of the indemnification obligation.
Citation: A124920
WCC Citation: WCC 36002010 CA
 
 
Case Name: Irvine Eurocars v. WCAB (Shelly) 02/11/2011
Note: The state Supreme Court will not review a split panel decision featuring a controversial dispute about whether an auto dealership was a nanny's employer.
Citation: ADJ4715696
WCC Citation: WCC 37872011 CA
 
 
Case Name: Islas vs. D & G Manufacturing Co., Inc. 07/09/2004
Note: Definition of 'power press' is one of fact for trier of fact.
Citation: 120 Cal.App.4th 571
WCC Citation: WCC 29972004 CA
 
 
Case Name: Ito v. WCAB (Fry's Food Stores) 10/29/1993
Note: When doubt exists as to whether injuries are cumulative or separate, file separate applications for each incident.
Citation: 58 CCC 744
WCC Citation: WCC 27581993 CA
 
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