Oscar Martinez v. Point East Condominium

In the Miami workers’ compensation case of Oscar Martinez v. Point East Condominium, the claimant refused to sign the settlement paperwork and their attorney filed a motion to withdraw. The employer responded by filing a motion to enforce the settlement. The claimant was properly noticed of the hearing but requested more time to find an attorney.
A rescheduled hearing took place, but neither the claimant nor the claimant’s new attorney attended. The prior attorney did attend and came to a settlement with the employer. Given the claimant’s absence, the court granted the employer motion to enforce a settlement with the claimant.

Motion to enforce settlement GRANTED

The 440 Authority

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