Linda Condry vs. Blue Diamond Growers; Lumbermens Mutual Casualty Company, Et Al.

is a case involving Linda Condry and Blue Diamond Growers, Lumbermens Mutual Casualty Company, and the State Compensation Insurance Fund. The Workers' Compensation Appeals Board found that Linda Condry sustained industrial injury to her neck and back while employed by Blue Diamond Growers as a "sorter/packer" during the period June 21, 2000 through June 21, 2001. The Board also found that the injury caused 83% permanent disability with no basis for apportionment to non-industrial causes and caused need for further medical treatment. The Board granted reconsideration and rescinded the WCJ's decision, substituting it with a new Findings, Award, and Order that found that applicant elected against Lumbermens pursuant to section 5500.

Blue Diamond Growers; Lumbermens Mutual Casualty Company, ET AL. Linda Condry Poor Quality OriginalThe Following decision is missing page 4. When we originally copied these records we noticed the error when we were processing the file. We went back to the board in San Francisco and recopied the file. The page is missing from the board’s file            * Unfortunately, due to the poor quality of the original, the following document(s)are deemed unreadable. At Republic Document Management we are dedicated to thehighest quality of discovery & reproduction possible. If you have any questions or specialrequests please feel free to call us. 1-877-329-2716 , WORKERS’ COMPENSATION APPEALS BOARDSTATE OF CALIFORNIALINDA CONDRY, Applicant,vs.BLUE DIAMOND GROWERS; LUMBERMENS MUTUAL CASUALTY COMPANY, ET AL., Defendant(s).Case No. ADJ3609412 (SAC 0305896) ADJ3137855 (SAC 0305897)ADJ1822504OPINION AND ORDER GRANTING RECONSIDERATION AND DECISION AFTER RECONSIDERATION            Defendant Lumbermens Mutual Casualty Company (Lumbermens) seeks reconsideration of the Findings of Fact, Award and Order in Case No. ADJ3609412, the Findings of Fact and Order in Case No. ADJ3137855, and the Findings of Fact and Order in Case No. ADJ1822504 issued by the workers’ compensation administrative law judge (WCJ) on March 30, 2011.1 Therein, the WCJ found, based on the parties’ prior stipulations, that applicant sustained industrial injury to her neck and back while employed by Blue Diamond Growers as a “sorter/packer” during the period June 21, 2000 through June 21, 2001; that, during that period of time, Blue Diamond Growers was insured for workers’ compensation by Argonaut Insurance Company (Argonaut) from June 21, 2000 through August 31, 2000 and by Lumbermens from August 31, 2000 through June 21, 2001; and that “all permanent disability is caused by the cumulative trauma to [June 21, 2001 in Case No. ADJ3609412].” The WCJ further found that applicant sustained psychiatric injury on an indu

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