In Dwain Blyden v. Trinet for D & D Garage Doors, Inc. and CCMSI the claimant was represented. The JCC explained in detail the necessary evidentiary burdens required by Claimant to prove his case. The Claimant elected to proceed without counsel. The JCC observed the primary issues asserted by claimant were not the subject of any pending petition. After review and discussion of the evidence and the claims made, the JCC DENIED compensability, medical and indemnity, with prejudice, for lack of supporting evidence.