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, finding prohibition is a preventative rather than corrective remedy and claimant failed to make out any facial basis for the extraordinary relief he sought.

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