In Harvey Creel v. People Ready, Labor Ready International, Inc. and ESIS WC Claims E/C denied entire claim arguing that Claimant did not suffer an accident and even if Claimant did suffer an accident he did not provide timely notice. Claimant argued that E/C knew of his accident. JCC agreed with Claimant as far as E/C knowing of the accident. Claimant showed records of his hospital visit as evidence. The E/C argued that while the hospital records were admissible for fact purposes, they were not admissible for medical opinions. The JCC agreed and stated that claimant failed to meet his burden of proving entitlement to benefits. Claim DENIED and DISMISSED, with prejudice.