Workers’ Compensation

Ca. Workers' Comp. Quarterly 2016, Vol. 29, No. 3

Serious and Willful Claims: Updated at a Glance

TYLER S. LOPEZ, ESQ.

Oakland, California

Although recent decisions concerning serious and willful misconduct have not dramatically changed the status of the law, they have done two things: emphasized the extraordinary burden on the applicant in showing serious and willful misconduct and given more insight into what may be construed as serious and willful misconduct.

Ignoring Employee Complaints re: Adverse Effects of Employment May Be Serious and Wanton Conduct

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