MACARIO JAIMES vs. FS PRECISION TECH; TRAVELERS; STATE COMPENSATION INSURANCE FUND; PACIFIC COMPENSATION; HOME ASSURANCE, Administered By CHARTIS

This case involves Macario Jaimes, who is applying for workers' compensation benefits. The defendants are FS Precision Tech, Travelers Insurance, State Compensation Insurance Fund, Pacific Compensation, and Home Assurance, administered by Chartis. The Workers' Compensation Appeals Board granted reconsideration in this matter to obtain a transcript of the May 2, 2012 hearing and to allow Travelers Insurance to submit correspondence relevant to the issue of whether Jaimes' claim of industrial injury should be presumed compensable. The Board has obtained the transcript and has issued a notice of intention to admit documents into evidence, absent a written objection from any of the parties within 10 days.

FS PRECISION TECH; TRAVELERS; STATE COMPENSATION INSURANCE FUND; PACIFIC COMPENSATION; HOME ASSURANCE, Administered by CHARTIS MACARIO JAIMES WORKERS’ COMPENSATION APPEALS BOARDSTATE OF CALIFORNIAMACARIO JAIMES, Applicant,vs.FS PRECISION TECH; TRAVELERS; STATE COMPENSATION INSURANCE FUND; PACIFICCOMPENSATION; HOME ASSURANCE, Administered by CHARTIS, Defendants.Case No. ADJ7790883(Los Angeles District Office)NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ADMIT DOCUMENTS INTO EVIDENCE            On August 24, 2012, we granted reconsideration in this matter for the purpose of obtaining a transcript of the May 2, 2012 hearing, and to allow defendant, Travelers Insurance, the opportunity to submit the correspondence referred to in its petition for reconsideration, which it claims is relevant to the issue of whether applicant, Macario Jaimes’ claim of industrial injury should be presumed compensable, pursuant to Labor Code section 5402.            We have obtained the reporter’s transcript of the May 2, 2012 hearing, which has been entered in, and is available to the parties on, the Electronic Adjudication Management System. By correspondence dated September 7, 2012, defendant submitted correspondence from applicant’s attorney to defendant, dated May 4, 2011, which includes a representation letter enclosing applicant’s Application for Adjudication of Claim, Claim Form and disclosure statements. Defendant also submitted the Declaration of Darla Carey, for the purpose of authenticating the document. The proof of service attached to these documents establishes that defendant effected service on all interested parties.            We now issue notice of our intention to admit into evidence the documents received from defendant, pursuant to our Order herein, absent a written objection, filed within 10 days after service of this notice, setting forth good cause as to why the documents should not be admitted.            NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that absent the receipt, within 10 days after service of this

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