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Michael Sambolich, vs. County Of Los Angeles; York Risk Services Group,

County Of Los Angeles; York Risk Services Group, Michael Sambolich, WORKERS’ COMPENSATION APPEALS BOARDSTATE OF CALIFORNIAMICHAEL SAMBOLICH, Applicant,vs.COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES; YORK RISK SERVICES GROUP,Defendants.Case No. ADJ7708164(Van Nuys District Office)OPINION AND ORDER DENYING PETITION FOR RECONSIDERATION            We have considered the allegations of the Petition for Reconsideration and the contents of the report of the workers’ compensation administrative law judge (WCJ) with respect thereto. Based on our review of the record, and for the reasons stated in the WCJ’ s report, which we adopt and incorporate, we will deny the petition.            In addition, we admonish defense attorney Bradley Harris and the law firm of Bolen & Massino for filing a skeletal Petition for Reconsideration that fails to comply with the authority cited below. Labor Code requires that:     The petition for reconsideration shall set forth specifically and in full detail the     grounds upon which the petitioner considers the final order, decision or award made     and filed by the appeals board or a workers’ compensation judge to be unjust or     unlawful, and every issue to be considered by the appeals board. The petition shall be     verified upon oath in the manner required for verified pleadings in courts of record     and shall contain a general statement of any evidence or other matters upon which the     applicant relies in support thereof.     (Lab. Code, § 5902.)            Moreover, the Appeals Board Rules provide in relevant part: (1) that “[e]very petition for reconsideration … shall fairly state all the material evidence relative to the point or points at issue [and] [ e ]ach contention contained in a petition for reconsideration … shall be separately stated and clearly set forth” (Cal. Code Regs., tit. 8, § l 0842); (2) that “a petition for reconsideration … may be denied or , dismissed if it is unsupported by specific references to the record and to the pri

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