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Michael Holloway v. City Furniture, Inc. and Broadspire Services, Inc.

In Michael Holloway v. City Furniture, Inc. and Broadspire Services, Inc. at the time of mediation, the Claimant was incarcerated. Both of Claimant’s outstanding claims were resolved during mediation and two washout agreements were reached. Claimant then refused to sign the settlement documents claiming duress based on the circumstances of his incarceration. During the E/C …

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Timothy C. Nix v. Tampa Marriott Westshore and Marriott International, Inc.

In Timothy C. Nix v. Tampa Marriott Westshore and Marriott International, Inc. in 1991, indemnity was settled however the unrepresented Claimant attempted to set aside the settlement which was rejected by the JCC and the appellate court. This was another attempt to reopen the case. JCC found that Claimant’s case remains closed and DENIED Claimant’s …

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William Swope v. AAR Aircraft Services Inc and Sentry Claims Services

In William Swope v. AAR Aircraft Services Inc and Sentry Claims Services E/C filed a Motion to enforce settlement and Claimant initially objected. Claimant then submitted a notice of objection clarifying that his objection related to the allocation of 50% of his net proceeds to child support arrearages. The JCC allowed claimant 90 days to …

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Kelley Browning v. Luxottica Retail Corp. d/b/a Sunglass Hut and SRS, Liberty Mutual Insurance

In Kelley Browning v. Luxottica Retail Corp. d/b/a Sunglass Hut and SRS, Liberty Mutual Insurance the Claimant requested a rheumatologist for evaluation and treatment. The E/C agreed in writing twice to provide evaluation and treatment of casually related conditions however, failed to timely authorize. Claimant sought an order approving the stipulation. The JCC found the …

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Eugene Hardin v. Heyl Truck Lines, Inc., CBCS, and Travelers Indemnity Company of America, and Eric M. Christiansen

In Eugene Hardin v. Heyl Truck Lines, Inc., CBCS, and Travelers Indemnity Company of America, and Eric M. Christiansen the Claimant who was unrepresented filed a petition for writ of prohibition. The underlying order concerned allegations by claimant that his former attorney breached their retainer agreement. The JCC rejected. The First DCA DISMISSED the petition, …

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Yvenor Moresca v. Employer Solutions Services, Inc., Star Bakery, Inc. and CCMSI

In Yvenor Moresca v. Employer Solutions Services, Inc., Star Bakery, Inc. and CCMSI the Claimant filed a petition for benefits. The E/C agreed to provide medical benefits as well as costs but fees were denied. The costs were not paid by E/C so Claimant sought attorney fees for securing costs. The E/C argued that they …

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