In Reginald Horton v. City of Miami Beach and Corvel Corporation the Claimant and the E/C filed motions in limine attempting to exclude the medical opinions of the other party. The JCC sustained hearsay objections to certain genetic testing reports and a records custodian deposition after numerous objections. After careful review, the JCC concluded the challenged doctors’ opinions were based on sufficient facts and accepted principles and methods as to the E/C motion. The JCC rejected the claimant’s attack on the challenged physician’s options, concluding the doctor’s opinions did not constitute pure opinion. E/C and Claimant’s motions to strike DENIED.