In Bryon William Hunter v. Autozone, Inc, and Gallagher Bassett Services, Inc. Counsel for claimant submitted a One time change request to the adjuster but named his client as “Hunter B. William” instead of “Bryon William Hunter”. No petitions were pending and the adjuster never received the request due to the name discrepancy. A petition was filed seeking a one time change but with the incorrect name. A motion to correct was then filed. The JCC accepted the adjuster testimony as to the date she received the petition and found that was the day which triggered the obligation to provide a OTC. However, the E/C offer of a OTC was not made within 5 days. Claimant’s selection of OTC provider GRANTED.