James A. Finn, Jr., vs. New York Football Giants, Inc.; Great Divide Insurance Company,

New York Football Giants, Inc.; Great Divide Insurance Company, James A. Finn, Jr., WORKERS’ COMPENSATION APPEALS BOARDSTATE OF CALIFORNIAJAMES A. FINN, JR.,Applicant,vs, NEW YORK FOOTBALL GIANTS, INC.; GREAT DIVIDE INSURANCE COMPANY, Defendants.Case No. ADJ694922 (ANA 0407404)OPINION AND ORDER DENYING DEFENDANT’S PETITION FOR RECONSIDERATION            Defendant Great Divide Insurance Company on behalf of itself and its insured employer New York Football Giants, Inc. (Giants), seeks reconsideration of the December 29, 2016 Findings, Award And Order of the workers’ compensation administrative law judge (WCJ), who found that applicant sustained cumulative industrial injury to multiple body parts while employed as a professional football player (fullback) by the Giants during the period from March 11, 2003 to December 31, 2007, causing need for future medical treatment and, “permanent disability, the exact percentage of which is deferred pending further development of the record.”            In addition, the WCJ entered the following Findings Of Fact:     5. In March 2005 the applicant’s agent and the Giants were having     difficulty reaching agreement on the terms of a new player contract.     6. The applicant, from his house in California, called Giants general     manager Mr. Ernie Accorsi regarding the disputed terms of the contract.     7. Although it was not normal protocol for a represented player to contact     the general manager to discuss the contract terms, in this particular matter,     Mr. Finn provided a reasonable and acceptable explanation as to why he     called Mr. Accorsi from California.     8. Giants assistant general manager Mr. Kevin Abrams did not recall     having a specific conversation with Mr. Ernie Accorsi regarding the     telephone conversation… ,      10. As a result of the March 2005 telephone conversation between the     applicant and Mr. Accorsi, the sides reached a meeting of the minds     regarding the terms of applicant’s

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