Employer’s Conviction In Fatality Case Upheld, But Sentence Reduced

The Sixth District Court of Appeal rules that a concrete contractor was properly convicted for failing to have workers’ comp coverage, offering a doctored cert, filing a false exemption, and tax evasion. The appeals court also upheld a $10,000 fine.  But ordered the lower court to reduce Ian Czirban’s sentence from three years of federal … Read More »

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Death Benefits Sought For 14 Fallen Workers

The survivors of a former Cal Fire contract pilot killed in the line of duty are representing a class action against the state agency claiming it committed fraud to deny illegally death benefits in the cases. The complaint alleges that the families of 14 former pilots were and still are being denied the benefits they … Read More »

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