Anyone have access to CWCR? (California)

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Anyone have access to CWCR? (California)

Postby wcscout on Mon Feb 06, 2012 8:48 pm

I'm looking for a copy of Dragomir-Tiemourex v. Kaiser Hospitals (2005) 33 CWCR 302, would anyone be able to access a copy of the decision?
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Re: Anyone have access to CWCR? (California)

Postby stewshe on Tue Feb 07, 2012 6:44 am

wcscout,

I would think a local county law library would have the CWCRs?

Meanwhile, I'm posting the following which is from my upcoming 9th edition due to be published 5/16/12:

 ▪ Prior wrist injury: Subsequent loss of hands was presumptive 100% PD, L.C.
§4662, no apportionment to prior wrist injury allowed, Kaiser (Dragonmir-
Tremoureux) 33 CWCR 302, 71 CCC 538; 6/08 CAAA §3:43–44, reprinted
6/08 CAAA §9:52–55; 1/09 CAAA §8:23-25; 2010 DWC Conf. Apportionment
§I:41-43; JUAN SANCHEZ 2010 LexisNPD 640, 76 CCC 799

▴ Accord, 100% loss of use of both hands, citing Dragonmir-Tremoureux, supra
and L.C. §4662(b) with no apportionment to prior hand disability from use of
a cane, remanded for attorney fees, L.C. §5801: Regents of Univ. of Calif.
(SIEGEL) 76 CCC 1237

The second paragraph is supposed to be a sub-sub paragraph, but I have problems with indents and hanging paragraphs here.

The "LexisNPD" is my abbreviation for "Cal. Wrk. Comp. P.D. LEXIS" which are their "Noteworthy Panel Decisions."

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Re: Anyone have access to CWCR? (California)

Postby darkside on Tue Feb 07, 2012 10:30 am

I just looked up a case in CWCR a couple of weeks ago at the Orange County Law Library in Santa Ana. Right next door to the Santa Ana Board if that is one of your regular stops. I also went to my law school library, which did not have the CWCR, so a county law library is probably your best bet.
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Re: Anyone have access to CWCR? (California)

Postby ymcgavin@socal.rr.com on Tue Feb 07, 2012 10:35 am

WCSCOUT,

Here in SoCal, I have reviewed the CWCR in the stacks at both UCLA as well as Pepperdine. Of course, that was prior to when I chose to purchase an ongoing subscription as well as all past issues, going back to the inception of the CWCR, as I recall in 1972.

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