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Tiffany A. Aronoff v. Department of Corrections

Tiffany A. Aronoff v. Department of Corrections (Division of Risk management) | Orlando Workers Comp In the case of Tiffany A. Aronoff v. Department of Corrections, the claimant contracted Covid-19 in their place of work. The employer agreed to compensate the claim but the two parties disputed over the average weekly wage (AWW). The employer …

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Elvis Rodriguez Reyes v. JR Work Forming LLC and Florida Citrus

In the Miami workers compensation case of Elvis Rodriguez Reyes v. JR Work Forming LLC and Florida Citrus concerned three issues; the provision of average weekly wage (AWW), temporary indemnity benefits, and compensation. After the claimant’s workplace accident, the E/C determined his AWW to be nothing. They claimed that since the claimant had yet to …

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Joseph Dejoie v. Broward Health North and North Broward Hospital District

Joseph Dejoie suffered an accident in 2020 that was compensated and authorized. The case of Joseph Dejoie v. Broward Health North and North Broward Hospital District focused on the claimant’s contention that their Group Term Life Insurance (GTL) should be included in the Average Weekly Wage (AWW). Following Florida Statute 440.14(1)(a), the claimant provided proof …

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