PACIFIC INDEMNITY COMPANY v. INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT COMMISSION

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District Court of Appeal, Second District, Division 2, California.

PACIFIC INDEMNITY COMPANY, a Corporation, Petitioner, v. INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT COMMISSION of State of California and Celia Angulo, Respondents.

Civ. 16398.

Decided: July 13, 1948

Herlihy & Herlihy, of Los Angeles, for petitioner. T. Groezinger, of San Francisco, for respondents.

Celia Angulo was an employee of Rothschild–Kaufman Company on February 20, 1947, and was injured in the course of her employment. The facts are identical with those set forth in Pacific Indemnity v. Industrial Accident Commission et al., Cal.App., 195 P.2d 919 this day filed. The same authorities apply and the same conclusion has been reached. Basing the decision upon the opinion filed in that action the award is affirmed.

MOORE, Presiding Justice.

McCOMB and WILSON, JJ., concur. Hearing denied; SCHAUER and SPENCE, JJ., dissenting.