JANET BALDONADO vs. KAISER PERMANENTE MEDICAL CARE PROGRAM, Permissibly Self-Insured

In this case, Janet Baldonado, the applicant, alleged that she sustained cumulative industrial injury to both wrists and both shoulders while employed as a business services representative from July 19, 1988 through July 1, 2007. The parties resolved the claim via a Stipulations with Request for Award, and the workers' compensation administrative law judge (WCJ) approved the Stipulation and issued an Award on the same day. Lien Claimants Margie Moreno Interpreting Service, Ahmed Pomona Medical Group, Rostam Kavoosso, Glenn Marshak, M.D., and Health Medical Management Pomona (Lien Claimants) sought reconsideration of the WCJ's May 4, 2012 Orders Dismissing Lien, but the

KAISER PERMANENTE MEDICAL CARE PROGRAM, Permissibly Self-Insured JANET BALDONADO WORKERS’ COMPENSATION APPEALS BOARDSTATE OF CALIFORNIAJANET BALDONADO, Applicant,vs.KAISER PERMANENTE MEDICAL CARE PROGRAM, PermissiblySelf-Insured, Defendants.Case No. ADJ4391713 (MON 0354049)OPINION AND ORDER DENYING RECONSIDERATION            Lien Claimants Margie Moreno Interpreting Service, Ahmed Pomona Medical Group, Rostam Kavoosso, Glenn Marshak, M.D., and Health Medical Management Pomona (Lien Claimants) seek reconsideration of the May 4, 2012 Orders Dismissing Lien (Orders), wherein the workers’ compensation administrative law judge (WCJ) ordered that Lien Claimants’ liens be dismissed with prejudice.            Lien Claimants contend that the WCJ erred in dismissing their liens.            We have considered the Petition for Reconsideration and Defendant’s Answer, and we have reviewed the record in this matter. The WCJ did not prepare a Report and Recommendation on Petition for Reconsideration.            For the reasons discussed below, we will deny Lien Claimants’ Petition for Reconsideration.            Applicant alleged that, while employed as a business services representative from July 19, 1988 through July 1, 2007, she sustained cumulative industrial injury to both wrists and both shoulders. On June 21, 2010, the parties resolved Applicant’s claim via a Stipulations with Request for Award (Stipulation), stipulating to these injuries and to an award of 60% permanent disability, and Defendant agreed to “make best efforts to pay or adjust all bills and liens of record or else litigate the unresolved liens in good faith[.]” (Stipulation, p. 6.) The WCJ approved the Stipulation and issued an Award on the same day. ,             On July 21, 2011, the Settlement Conference Judge set the matter for a lien trial to take place on February 15, 2002. Neither Lien Claimants nor their representative appeared at the lien trial on that date. Accordingly, in the Minutes of Hearing,

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