Gyso Johnson vs. County Of Los Angeles/department Of Social Services Permissibly Self-insured

(LBO 0201100) and ADJ1113744 (LBO 0201101) involve a dispute between lien claimant David Silver, M.D., and the County of Los Angeles/Department of Social Services, Permissibly Self-Insured, over the amount of money owed to Dr. Silver for medical treatment services he provided to the applicant. The Workers' Compensation Appeals Board denied the petition for reconsideration and imposition of sanctions, finding that Dr. Silver had been adequately compensated by the defendant for services rendered and that there was no evidence of fraud.

COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES/DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES Permissibly Self-Insured GYSO JOHNSON WORKERS’ COMPENSATION APPEALS BOARDSTATE OF CALIFORNIAGYSO JOHNSON, Applicant,vs.COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES/DEPARTMENT    OF SOCIAL SERVICES, Permissibly Self- Insured, Defendants.DAVID SILVER, M.D., Lien Claimant.Case Nos. ADJ1370526 (LBO 0201100)ADJ1113744 (LBO 0201101)OPINION AND ORDER    DENYING PETITION FOR    RECONSIDERATION ANDIMPOSITION OF SANCTIONS            Lien claimant David Silver, M.D., seeks reconsideration of the February 25, 2014 Findings And Order of the workers’ compensation administrative law judge (WCJ), who found that “Dr. Silver has been adequately compensated by Defendant for services rendered thru 10-18-2010,” and disallowed his lien claim for additional money.1 It is averred in Dr. Silver’s petition that he received $95,657.29 from defendant for medical treatment services he provided applicant, and that he claims an additional payment of $63,647.55.2            It was earlier found by the WCJ on January 6, 1999, that applicant sustained industrial injury to her psyche and back, and in the form of hypertension, gastrointestinal problems and fibromyalgia while employed as an eligibility worker by defendant during the period November 22, 1972 through 1 Dr. Silver also asks in his petition that the Appeals Board impose sanctions against defendant.2 The May 4, 2010 pretrial conference statement states that Dr. Silver was paid $126,345 for the period December 6, 1996 to April 10, 2006, but it does not identify any additional amounts claimed. The petition identifies a November 4, 2010 “final amended lien,” but the document does not include statements of the total amount paid or the total additional amount claimed. , October 17, 1989 (ADJ1370526), and sustained industrial injury to her right foot and psyche and in the form of fibromyalgia while in that same employ on October 17, 1989 (ADJ1113744). 3            Lien claimant contends that the February 25, 2014 de

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