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Workers' Compensation

Guillain-Barre Syndrome Not Deemed Sudden and Extraordinary Employment Condition: Cal. Comp. Cases September Advanced Postings (9/18/2014)

Here’s the fourth batch of advanced postings for September 2014 issue of Cal. Comp. Cases. and Lexis Advance subscribers can link to the case to read the complete headnotes and summaries.

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John Aresco, Petitioner v. Workers' Compensation Appeals Board, Marine World Africa USA, TIG Specialty Insurance Company, administered by Tristar Risk Management, Respondents,, Lexis Advance

Psychiatric Injuries—Six-Month Employment Requirement—Sudden and Extraordinary Employment Conditions—WCAB, reversing WCJ, held that applicant maintenance worker’s claim for psychiatric injury, allegedly incurred as compensable consequence of industrial bacterial infection of unclear origin that manifested as Guillain-Barre Syndrome, was barred by six-month employment requirement in Labor Code § 3208.3(d), when WCAB found that…

Michael A. Perry, aka Moshe A. Perry, Petitioner v. Workers' Compensation Appeals Board, Kappl Heating and Air Conditioning, California Insurance Company, adjusted by Applied Risk Services, Inc., Respondents,, Lexis Advance

Petition for Writ of Review—Dismissal as Untimely Filed—Court of Appeal dismissed petition for writ of review not filed within time requirements of …

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