In Benito Castro v. Death Valley Construction Group, Inc and Clear Spring Property and Casualty Company the employer was insured at the time of claimant’s accident but asserted he did not know the claimant. However, one of his employees admitted to hiring claimant as a helper. Claimant fell through a roof and sustained a severe back injury which required surgery. The JCC rejected the E/C assertion that there was no express or implied contract of hire between claimant and the employer. Authorization of primary care physician GRANTED; hospital bill and treatment DENIED for lack of evidence.