defendant The employer or his/her representative, usually the insurance company.
deposition A formal session in which an attorney asks questions of a party under oath. The testimony is recorded by a court reporter and may be used as evidence in a trial situation.
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discriminatory/retaliatory act An act and/or action, or series of acts and/or actions taken by an employer against an employee that adversely affects the employee in some aspect of his or her employment as a result of the employee exercising a protected right, engaging in a protected activity, or because the employee falls within a particular category specifically protected by law.
Division of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH) The Division of Occupational Safety and Health - which contains the Cal/OSHA program --protects workers and the public from safety hazards by enforcing California's occupational and public safety laws and providing information and consultation to employers, workers and the public about workplace and public safety matters.
Division of Workers' Compensation (DWC) The state program that oversees the California workers' compensation system.
death benefits Benefits paid to surviving dependents if a work-related injury or illness results in death within five years. Some examples of sounds in the range of 80 - 90 decibels are a blender, handsaw, heavy traffic or a noisy restaurant.
declaration of readiness (DOR or DR) A form to request a hearing before a workers' compensation administrative law judge to resolve a dispute.