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Jorge Luis Diaz v. Advanced Disposal Services

The amended final compensation order of Jorge Luis Diaz v. Advanced Disposal Services, a Port St. Lucie workers’ compensation case, was a dispute over medical authorization and temporary partial disability (TPD) and temporary total disability (TTD) benefits. The claimant sought authorization for a new vehicle, but the employer contested the claim as unrequired since they …

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Joanne Vose v. Harris Corporation

The final compensation order of Joanne Vose v. Harris Corporation, a Melbourne workers’ compensation case, determined the authorization of medical treatment and attorney fees.  The employer arose five defenses; that the claimant was barred by the statute of limitations, the statute of limitations was expired, their medical treatment was not medically necessary, that the accident …

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Michael Emmanuel v. ADP Totalsource Co XXI Inc

Michael Emmanuel v. ADP Totalsource Co XXI Inc, a Miami workers’ compensation case, regarded an order for a one-time change of physician (OTC). Though the OTC was awarded, it was found that the claimant’s complaints were related to a pre-existing condition, causing the employer to withdraw their compensation. After examination of the situation, it was …

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Andrew Johnson v. Brevard County Board of Commissioners

Andrew Johnson v. Brevard County Board of Commissioners was an appeal of a Florida Workers Compensation case concerning the use of fat burner supplements. The claimant consumed Performix and Cellucor C4, causing him to suffer from a heart attack. The E/C’s IME testified that the heart attack was caused by the two supplements, which can …

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James Yeago v. Federal Express Corporation and Sedgwick CMS

The petition for benefits in the Florida workers compensation case of James Yeago v. Federal Express Corporation was solved at the final hearing. The claimant was compensated for the injury and given an authorized doctor, who placed the claimant at an MMI of 0%. No restrictions were placed on the claimant, and the claimant only …

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