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Case Name: Larson v. Fraysse 11/16/2017
Note: The 2nd District Court of Appeal upheld a trial judge’s decision to toss a chiropractor’s extortion suit against the Knox Ricksen law firm and three attorneys.
Citation: B270061
WCC Citation: Los Angeles County Super. Ct. No. BC580579
 
 
Case Name: LaTourtette vs. WCAB, Long Beach Comm Coll Dist 03/12/1998
Note: Injury or death from a non-occupational disease not compensable unless intervening occupational event.
Citation: 17 Cal.4th 644
WCC Citation: WCC 29811998 CA
 
 
Case Name: Le Parc Comm Assoc vs. WCAB, Curren 07/25/2003
Note: Civil settlement ineffective against work comp claim.
Citation: 110 CA4th 1161
WCC Citation: WCC 29492003 CA
 
 
Case Name: Leamon v. WCAB 04/07/1987
Note: Increased compensation due to failure to correct corporate record to reflect industrial nature of absences.
Citation: 190 Cal App 3d 1409; 52 CCC 146
WCC Citation: WCC 3391987 CA
 
 
Case Name: LeBoeuf v. WCAB 08/03/1983
Note: Disqualification from voc rehab constitutes good cause to reopen case on permanent disability.
Citation: 34 Cal.3d 234, 48 CCC 587
WCC Citation: WCC 28162003 CA
 
 
Case Name: Lee v. Harbor Distributing, LLC 02/28/2013
Note: A beer distributor is getting a second chance to prove his former employer discriminated against him on the basis of his disability and wrongfully terminated him.
Citation: B238872
WCC Citation: WCC 39902013 CA
 
 
Case Name: Lee v. Yang 12/02/2012
Note: A California appellate court ruled that the exclusive remedy provision of the workers’ compensation law did not bar a worker from suing her former supervisor after he allegedly threw a phone at her and knocked her unconscious by pushing her into a door.
Citation: B266853
WCC Citation: Los Angeles County Super. Ct. No. BC543345
 
 
Case Name: Lee vs. Miracle Ford; CIGA 02/18/2003
Note: Applicant may not elect against CIGA when there are other viable carriers having liability during the alleged CT period.
Citation: 68 CCC 213 (Panel)
WCC Citation: WCC 29192003 CA
 
 
Case Name: Leegin Creative Leather Products, Inc. v. Diaz 08/18/2005
Note: Employer cannot bring civil suit for fraud against claimant.
Citation: 131 Cal.App.4th 1517
WCC Citation: WCC 31142005 CA
 
 
Case Name: Leek v. Cooper 04/15/2011
Note: Although several plaintiff employees of a sole shareholder's auto sales business could not show that he was an alter ego of his corporation, he still could be personally liable for their Fair Employment and Housing Act claims if the plaintiffs prevail and his corporation cannot pay the judgment.
Citation: C061510
WCC Citation: WCC 37482011 CA
 
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