Manuel Castillo vs. David Iny, Illegally Uninsured; Uninsured Employers Benefits Trust Fund; Landmark View, Inc.; State Compensation Insurance Fund

This case is about Manuel Castillo, an employee of David Iny, who was illegally uninsured. On September 26, 2006, Castillo sustained an injury to his right and left knee, lower extremities, psyche, urological system, and loss of sexual capacity while employed by Iny. The Workers' Compensation Appeals Board found that Castillo was entitled to 53% permanent disability and 82 weeks of temporary total disability indemnity in the amount of $21,866.94, with credit to the Uninsured Employers Benefits Trust Fund for $5,000.00 previously paid to Castillo. The State Compensation Insurance Fund and Uninsured Employers Benefits Trust Fund both sought reconsideration of the Findings and Award, but the Board dismissed their

David Iny, Illegally Uninsured; Uninsured Employers Benefits Trust Fund; Landmark View, Inc.; State Compensation Insurance Fund Manuel Castillo WORKERS’ COMPENSATION APPEALS BOARDSTATE OF CALIFORNIAMANUEL CASTILLO, Applicant,vs.DAVID INY, Illegally Uninsured; UNINSURED EMPLOYERS BENEFITS TRUST FUND; LANDMARK VIEW, INC.; STATE COMPENSATION INSURANCE FUND, Defendants.Case No. ADJ284423 (LAO 0872261) OPINION AND ORDERS DISMISSING PETITIONS FOR RECONSIDERATION AND DENYING PETITION FOR RECONSIDERATION             State Compensation Insurance Fund (SCIF), on behalf of its insured, Landmark View, Inc., seeks reconsideration of the Findings and Award (F&A) issued herein by a workers’ compensation administrative law judge (WCJ) on April 18, 2011. The F&A found, as relevant here, that Manuel Castillo (applicant), while employed as a construction worker by David Iny, illegally uninsured, on September 26, 2006, sustained injury arising out of and occurring in the course of his employment to his right knee, right lower extremity, left knee, left lower extremity, psyche, urological system, and in the form of loss of sexual capacity. The F&A also found that the injury caused applicant permanent disability of 53% with need for further medical care. SCIF contends that the WCJ erred by including it and its insured, Landmark View, Inc. in the case caption of the F&A because the WCJ ordered it dismissed as a party defendant on June 23, 2009.            Applicant also seeks reconsideration of the F&A, contending the WCJ erred because the F&A does not include a finding and award that the injury caused applicant to be temporarily , disabled for 82 weeks for which he is entitled to temporary total disability indemnity of $21,866.94, with credit to the Uninsured Employers Benefits Trust Fund (UEF) for $5,000.00 previously paid to applicant.            UEF also seeks reconsideration of the F&A. UEF agrees with the allegations of error alleged by SCIF and applicant. In addition, UEF argue

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