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DIONE HERNANDEZ vs. ENTERPRISE RENT A CAR; Permissibly Self-Insured, Administered By AVIZENT ANAHEIM

ENTERPRISE RENT A CAR; Permissibly Self-Insured, Administered By AVIZENT ANAHEIM DIONE HERNANDEZ WORKERS’ COMPENSATION APPEALS BOARDSTATE OF CALIFORNIADIONE HERNANDEZ, Applicant,vs.ENTERPRISE RENT A CAR; Permissibly Self-Insured,Administered By AVIZENT ANAHEIM, Defendant.Case No. ADJ7849947(Long Beach District Office)OPINION AND ORDER DENYING RECONSIDERATION            Defendant seeks reconsideration of the Findings of Fact issued by the workers’ compensation administrative law judge (WCJ) on August 30, 2012, wherein the WCJ found that applicant sustained injury arising out of and in the course of the employment (AOE/COE) to her back and right lower extremity on January 3,2011.            Defendant contends that the WCJ erred in finding that applicant sustained injury AOE/COE, arguing that the WCJ erroneously recited the medical evidence and failed to specify in detail the reasons for the decision. Defendant also argues that the WCJ’s decision is not supported by substantial evidence because he has isolated evidence that supports a finding of industrial injury and ignored relevant material facts that would lead to the opposite conclusion. No Answer was received.            We have considered the allegations of the Petition for Reconsideration, and the contents of the Report and Recommendation of Workers’ Compensation Administrative Law Judge on Petition for Reconsideration (Report) of the WCJ with respect thereto. Based on our review of the record, and for the reasons set forth below, we will deny reconsideration.            It is well established that the decisions of the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board must be supported by substantial evidence. (Lab. Code § 5903; LeVesque v. Worker’s Comp. Appeals Bd. (1970) 1 Cal.3d. 627, 635-637 [35 Cal.Comp.Cases 16].) When the WCJ’s findings are supported by solid, , credible evidence, they are to be accorded great weight by the Appeals Board and rejected only on the basis of contrary evidence of considerable substantia

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