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6th DCA Clarifies Apportionment for Permanent Disability

Friday, May 29, 2020 | 1712 | 2 | 87 min read

A California appellate court clarified the availability for apportionment of a worker’s permanent disability caused, in part, by a pre-existing pathology. Case: County of Santa Clara v. WCAB (Justice), No. H046562, 05/27/2020, published. Facts: Barbara Justice worked for the County of Santa Clara as a workers’ compensation claims adjuster. In November 2011, Justice fell at work and tore the menisci in her left knee and developed problems in her right knee as a result. In June 2012, Justice underwent total replacement surgery of her right knee. In September 2013, she un...

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