Robert Gravlin, vs. City Of Vista, Permissibly Self-insured,

(SDO 0296833) is a case in which the Workers' Compensation Appeals Board granted reconsideration of their Opinion and Order Granting Defendant's Petition for Reconsideration and Decision After Reconsideration. The Board granted reconsideration on their own motion in order to further study the legal and factual issues. All further correspondence, objections, motions, requests and communications relating to reconsideration must be filed with the Office of the Commissioners of the Workers' Compensation Appeals Board. All trial level documents not related to the petition for reconsideration must be e-filed through EAMS or filed in paper form.

City Of Vista, Permissibly Self-Insured, Robert Gravlin, WORKERS’ COMPENSATION APPEALS BOARDSTATE OF CALIFORNIAROBERT GRAVLIN,Applicant,vs.CITY OF VISTA, Permissibly Self-Insured,Defendants.Case Nos. ADJ513626 (SDO 0296833)ORDER GRANTING RECONSIDERATION ON BOARD MOTION            On March 27, 2017, we issued our Opinion and Order Granting Defendant’s Petition for Reconsideration and Decision After Reconsideration (Opinion). We are now granting reconsideration of that Opinion on our own motion in order to further study the legal and factual issues. Accordingly, we grant reconsideration on the motion of the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board.            IT IS ORDERED that Reconsideration of our Opinion and Order Granting Defendant’s Petition for Reconsideration and Decision After Reconsideration issued on March 27, 2017, is GRANTED.            IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that pending the issuance of a Decision After Reconsideration in the above case, all further correspondence, objections, motions, requests and communications relating to reconsideration shall be filed only with the Office of the Commissioners of the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board at either its street address ( 455 Golden Gate A venue, 9th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94102) or its Post Office Box address (P.O. Box 429459, San Francisco, CA 94142-9459), and shall not be submitted to the district office from which the WCJ’s decision issued or to any other district office of the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board, and shall not be e-filed in the Electronic Adjudication Management System (EAMS). Any documents relating to the petition for reconsideration lodged in violation of this order shall neither be accepted for filing nor deemed filed.            All trial level documents not related to the petition for reconsideration shall continue to bee-filed through EAMS or, to the extent permitted by the Rules of the Administrative Director, filed in paper , form. 1 If, however, a proposed settlement is being f

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