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Joseph Lobb, vs. Jeffrey D. Hadden, Jeffrey D. Hadden And Dorothy M. Hadden Dba Nat Pest Control And Firewook Aka Npc, Dorothy M. Hadden, Natural Pest Controls Firewood,

Jeffrey D. Hadden, Jeffrey D. Hadden And Dorothy M. Hadden Dba Nat Pest Control And Firewook Aka Npc, Dorothy M. Hadden, Natural Pest Controls Firewood, Joseph Lobb, WORKERS’ COMPENSATION APPEALS BOARDSTATE OF CALIFORNIAJOSEPH LOBB,Applicant,vs.JEFFREY D. HADDEN, JEFFREY D. HADDEN AND DOROTHY M. HADDEN DBA NAT PEST CONTROL AND FIREWOOK AKA NPC, DOROTHY M. HADDEN, NATURAL PEST CONTROLS FIREWOOD,Defendants.Case No. ADJ8717299(Sacramento District Office)OPINION AND DECISION AFTER RECONSIDERATION            On March 14, 2017, the Appeals Board granted reconsideration of its previous decision of September 2, 2016 and issued an Opinion and Orders Treating Letter/Objection as Petition for Reconsideration, Granting Petition for Reconsideration, and Notice of Intention (“NOI”) to Allow Employer to File an Answer. The NOI gave notice that the uninsured employers, Jeffrey D. Hadden and Dorothy M. Hadden, individually and dba Natural Pest Controls and Firewood aka NPC Firewood, would be allowed to file an answer to applicant’s petition for reconsideration of the Findings and Awards issued by the workers’ compensation judge (“WCJ”) on June 7, 2016. 1            On April 6, 201 7, the uninsured employers timely submitted two responses (“pleadings”) to our NOI One pleading was signed by Mr. Hadden and the other pleading was signed by Ms. Hadden. In essence, the pleadings challenged the WCJ’s decision of June 7, 2017, as amended by this Board’s decision of September 2, 2016. The pleadings included numerous exhibits but no proof of service that [sub]1 [/sub]The NOI gave the other parties 10 days to object to the Board’s notice that the uninsured employers would be given 25 days to file an answer to applicant’s petition for reconsideration. It appears that no other party submitted an objection. , the pleadings and exhibits were served on the other parties.2            We have considered the pleadings submitted by the uninsured employers and we have reviewed the record. Except for th

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