No Evidence That Applicant’s Skin Cancer Was Insidious Disease Process: Cal. Comp. Cases June Advanced Postings (6/20/12)

No Evidence That Applicant’s Skin Cancer Was Insidious Disease Process: Cal. Comp. Cases June Advanced Postings (6/20/12)

Here’s the fourth batch of advanced postings for the June 2012 issue of Cal. Comp. Cases.

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Stephen J. Seavello, Petitioner v. Workers' Compensation Appeals Board, County of San Diego, PSI, Respondents, 2012 Cal. Wrk. Comp. LEXIS 72.

WCAB Jurisdiction—Insidious Diseases—Skin Cancer—WCAB, reversing WCJ, found no basis to justify reservation of jurisdiction over permanent disability incurred by applicant who suffered skin cancer (basal cell) during his employment as deputy sheriff, when WCAB found that …

Efren Carpio (Applicant), Mariela Paredes (Dec'd), Petitioner v. Workers' Compensation Appeals Board, Ralph J. Maiello, DDS, Inc., Respondents, 2012 Cal. Wrk. Comp. LEXIS 71.

Injury AOE/COE—Assault By Third Party—Purely Personal Motivation—WCAB affirmed WCJ’s finding that applicant, as guardian ad litem for minor child of decedent/dental office worker, was not entitled to death benefits stemming from death of decedent who was fatally shot by her husband while at work, when WCAB found that …

Marva L. Smith, Petitioner v. Workers' Compensation Appeals Board, YMCA, PSI, administered by Tristar Risk Management, Respondents, 2012 Cal. Wrk. Comp. LEXIS 73.

Injury AOE/COE—Post-Termination Claims—WCAB held that applicant’s claim for workers’ compensation benefits for alleged 4/21/2007 industrial injury was barred under Labor Code § 3600(a)(10) as post-termination claim, when WCAB found that …

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