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MARGARITO GONZALEZ vs. CONSOLIDATED DISPOSAL SERVICES REPUBLIC SERVICES Permissibly Self-insured Administered By CANNON COCHRAN MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS INC (CCMSI)

CONSOLIDATED DISPOSAL SERVICES REPUBLIC SERVICES permissibly self-insured administered by CANNON COCHRAN MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS INC (CCMSI) MARGARITO GONZALEZ WORKERS’ COMPENSATION APPEALS BOARDSTATE OF CALIFORNIAMARGARITO GONZALEZ, Applicant,vs.CONSOLIDATED DISPOSALSERVICES/REPUBLIC SERVICES,permissibly self-insured, administered byCANNON COCHRAN MANAGEMENTSYSTEMS, INC., (CCMSI), Defendants.Case No. ADJ2721412 (VNO 0526008)(Pomona District Office)OPINION AND DECISIONAFTERRECONSIDERATION            We granted defendant’s Petition for Reconsideration on September 16, 2013 to further study the factual and legal issues in this case.1 This is our Opinion and Decision After Reconsideration.2            Defendant sought reconsideration of the Supplemental Findings and Award, Order (F&A) issued by a workers’ compensation administrative law judge (WCJ) on June 28, 2013. In that F&A, the WCJ found in pertinent part that applicant had been in need of home health care services, 24 hours per day for 7 days a week since January 20, 2012 and continuing as reasonable and necessary medical treatment; that defendant unreasonably delayed payment of temporary disability indemnity and medical treatment and 1            Commissioner Moresi, who was on the Appeals Board panel that issued the orders of April 13, 2010, October 14, 2011, October 31, 2011, February 14, 2012, and September 16, 2013, no longer serves on the Appeals Board. Another panel member was assigned to take his place.2             Both parties are strongly admonished that they are required to comply with WCAB Rule 10848.WCAB Rule 10848 states that:  “When a petition for reconsideration, removal or disqualification has been  timely filed, supplemental petitions or pleadings or responses other than the  answer shall be considered only when specifically requested or approved by  the Appeals Board. Supplemental petitions or pleadings or responses other  than the answer, except as provided by this rule, shall neither be accepted 

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