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Robert Sanchez v. Reedy Creek Improvement District and Commercial Risk Management, Inc.

In Robert Sanchez v. Reedy Creek Improvement District and Commercial Risk Management, Inc. following a final compensation order denying all claimed benefits, the E/C moved to tax costs as prevailing party. Claimant did not file a response to the motion. Consequently, the JCC accepted the allegations of the verified motion as true. Taxable costs ASSESSED …

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Holly M. Trembach v. ERMC II and Gallagher Bassett Services, Inc.

In Holly M. Trembach v. ERMC II and Gallagher Bassett Services, Inc. the petitions were dismissed and E/C sought to recover taxable costs in the amount of $700. This represented the mediator’s fee for private mediation. Notably, the Deputy Chief Judge had entered an order requiring the parties to attend private mediation with the expense …

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Yvenor Moresca v. Employer Solutions Services, Inc., Star Bakery, Inc. and CCMSI

In Yvenor Moresca v. Employer Solutions Services, Inc., Star Bakery, Inc. and CCMSI the Claimant filed a petition for benefits. The E/C agreed to provide medical benefits as well as costs but fees were denied. The costs were not paid by E/C so Claimant sought attorney fees for securing costs. The E/C argued that they …

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Robert Koehler v. Morgan Auto Group, LLC and Bridgefield Employers Insurance Company

In Robert Koehler v. Morgan Auto Group, LLC and Bridgefield Employers Insurance Company a final compensation order was entered denying compensability and denying all benefits. Claimant does not dispute that costs were incurred but does not agree that all of them are taxable. The total amount of costs E/C seek to recover is $7,899.24. $5,155.00 …

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Vanessa Roman v. CVS and Sedgwick CMS, Gallagher Bassett Services, Inc.

In Vanessa Roman v. CVS and Sedgwick CMS, Gallagher Bassett Services, Inc. E/C seeks to admit into evidence the verified motion to tax costs. Claimant objects to E/C’s verified motion to tax costs based on two grounds. 1.) the motion is not properly verified in accordance with F.S 92.525 and res judicata. The JCC did …

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