In Raymundo Sanchez v. Brand Safway Solutions LLC and Liberty Mutual Insurance Claimant petitioned for TTD and TPD. The JCC found that Claimant was not eligible for TTD because Claimant was on a no work status. For TPD the JCC looked at three separate time periods. The first time period was from the date of the accident through the first medical visit. Here the Claimant did not show that he was put on any restrictions and TPD was DENIED. The second period was from the Claimant’s first visit up to his visit with the orthopedic specialist where Claimant was still not put on work restrictions. The JCC DENIED TPD due to no work restrictions. The last time period was from the orthopedic visit until Claimant reached MMI. Here the JCC found that Claimant was entitled to TPD based off the testimony that Claimant was not offered a light duty position and did not refuse any suitable employment. TPD GRANTED.