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Court Sets Aside Default Judgment in Dispute Over Unpaid Comp Premiums

By WorkCompCentral

Friday, January 11, 2019 | 872 | 1 | 12 min read

A California appellate court on Wednesday ruled that an employer was entitled to have its default to a claim for unpaid workers’ compensation premiums set aside because of excusable neglect. C.D. Container had workers’ compensation insurance coverage with the State Compensation Insurance Fund. In April 2017, the Creditors Adjustment Bureau filed a complaint against C.D. for unpaid premiums owed to the fund. Creditors hired a registered California process server to serve a copy of the summons and complaint to Liliana De La Cruz, the registered agent of C.D., at the company...

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