In Michael Holloway v. City Furniture, Inc. and Broadspire Services, Inc. at the time of mediation, the Claimant was incarcerated. Both of Claimant’s outstanding claims were resolved during mediation and two washout agreements were reached. Claimant then refused to sign the settlement documents claiming duress based on the circumstances of his incarceration. During the E/C motion to enforce hearing, Claimant admitted he had agreed to the settlements and gave his counsel authority to enter into the agreement. The JCC found that he had not been coerced and did not meet the burden of establishing duress and improper influence. Motion to enforce GRANTED.