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6th DCA Revives Tort Claim by Volunteer Injured While Working at Yoga Retreat Center

By WorkCompCentral

Thursday, March 8, 2018 | 651 | 0 | 31 min read

The 6th District Court of Appeal overturned the dismissal of a tort claim by a volunteer at a yoga retreat center, finding that her collection of workers’ compensation benefits did not prohibit her from pursuing a personal injury action. Case: Minish v. Hanuman Fellowship, No. H041888, 03/06/2018, unpublished. Facts: Baba Hari Dass, an Indian monk, came to the United States in 1970 to teach yoga. His students and followers established the Hanuman Fellowship four years later. In 1978, the fellowship opened a retreat center near Mount Madonna in Santa Cruz County. Diane Minish began tak...

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