OLE BARRING vs. MCMAHAN’S FURNITURE COMPAN; CALIFORNIA INSURANCE GUARANTEE ASSOCIATION By SEDGWICH CLAIMS For FREMONT INDEMNITY, TIG/FAIRMONT, STATE COMPENSATION INSURANCE FUND

is a case in which Ole Barring, the applicant, alleged a cumulative trauma injury from December 31, 1988 through December 31, 1989, while employed at McMahan's Furniture Company. The Workers' Compensation Appeals Board granted the defendant, "Fairmont/TIG's" Petition for Reconsideration and rescinded the arbitrator's Finding of Facts because it failed to comply with the statutory duties of an arbitrator's decision. The matter was returned to the arbitrator to issue a Memorandum of Hearing setting forth the stipulations and issues before the arbitrator which specifically identifies each exhibit offered and states whether it has been admitted into the record.

MCMAHAN’S FURNITURE COMPAN; CALIFORNIA INSURANCE GUARANTEE ASSOCIATION by SEDGWICH CLAIMS for FREMONT INDEMNITY, TIG/FAIRMONT, STATE COMPENSATION INSURANCE FUND OLE BARRING WORKERS’ COMPENSATION APPEALS BOARDSTATE OF CALIFORNIAOLE BARRING, Applicant,vs.MCMAHAN’S FURNITURE COMPAN; CALIFORNIA INSURANCE GUARANTEE ASSOCIATIONby SEDGWICH CLAIMS for FREMONT INDEMNITY, TIG/FAIRMONT, STATECOMPENSATION INSURANCE FUND, Defendants.Case No. ADJ2785272 (MON 0214399)(Marina del Rey District Office)OPINION AND ORDER GRANTING PETITION FOR RECONSIDERATIONAND DECISION AFTER RECONSIDERATION            Defendant, “Fairmont/TIG”, seeks reconsideration of the “Arbitration Finding of Facts” issued May 3, 2012, wherein the workers’ compensation arbitrator (WCA) noted that applicant alleged a cumulative trauma injury from December 31, 1988 through December 31, 1989, while employed at McMahan’s Furniture Company. The WCA also noted that “TIG admitted insurance coverage for the named employer for December 31, 1988 only.” The WCA found “that TIG Insurance Company/Fairmont insured McMahan’s Furniture Company at 2121 Wilshire Blvd. on December 31, 1988.”            Petitioner contends that the WCJ erred by finding that petitioner insured applicant’s employer “at 2121 Wilshire Blvd. on December 31, 1988” arguing: (1) that petitioner’s admission of coverage only applied to employer’s location at 2121 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, California and not “the Colby address”; and (2) that applicant testified “that he was working at the Colby address in Los Angeles when he stopped working.” Petitioner also contends that “the arbitrator does not answer the question of the place of employment.” Defendant, California Insurance Guarantee Association (CIGA) “for Fremont Indemnity, in liquidation, and Pacific Rim in liquidation” filed an Answer./// ,             Based upon our review of the record, and for the reasons set forth herein, we will grant “Fairmont/TIG’s” Petition for Reconsideration. Furthermo

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