In Honoria Flores v. Smart Specialty Solutions, Inc. and the Main Street America Group the vocational experts in this PTD matter disagreed as to whether claimant had transferable skills and was able to perform sedentary duty work within a 50 mile radius of his home. Claimant was a 64 year old Spanish speaking man, unable to read or write in Spanish or English. His work history was limited to the construction industry. The JCC accepted the vocational evidence favorable to claimant and ultimately determined claimant was permanently totally disabled in light of his combined physical and vocational limitations. PTD benefits GRANTED. E/C appealed and the First DCA AFFIRMED the decision per curiam.