California Workers Comp Blog

California Workers Comp Blog

Post Termination Claims

Tags: , Labor Code

In the Labor Code post termination claims are referenced as below.

Labor Code Section 3600(a)(10) Where the claim for compensation is filed after notice of termination or lay off no compensation shall be paid unless the employee demonstrates by preponderance of the evidence that:

(a) The employer had notice of the injury prior to the notice of termination or layoff.

(b) The employees medical records, existing prior to the notice of termination or layoff, contain evidence of the injury.

(c) The date of injury is subsequent to the notice of termination or layoff.

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