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Kennith Meyers v. Truly Nolen Pest Control and Broadspire Services, Inc.

In Kennith Meyers v. Truly Nolan Pest Control and Broadspire Services, Inc. E/C denied entire claim arguing that Claimant’s alleged injury did not arise out of employment; Claimant’s work did not expose him to an increased risk; No occupational causation; The work accident is not the MCC of Claimant’s disability or need for treatment; Claimant’s …

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Nickie Sullivan v. Sassa Enterprise, LLC/Zippy’s Restaurant and None

In Nickie Sullivan v. Sassa Enterprise, LLC/Zippy’s Restaurant and None the unrepresented employer failed to appear for the final hearing. This issues which remained to be addressed at the time of the hearing were compensability of injury, reimbursement of medical expenses, and costs and attorney’s fees. The employer’s defenses were stricken for failure to appear …

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Jose F. Caba v. PeopLease, LLC and Next Level Administrators, LLC

In Jose F. Caba v. PeopLease, LLC and Next Level Administrators, LLC Claimant was going to the bathroom during a personal comfort break and fell. The E/C found the fall as non-compensable and raised the defense that the fall was idiopathic. The JCC found that even though the claimant was going to the bathroom he …

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Hugo Castano v. Nobel Learning Communities

The Ft Lauderdale workers’ compensation case of Hugo Castano v. Nobel Learning Communities (The Sagemont School) investigated the accidental discharge of a firearm in the course and scope of the claimant’s workplace. The claimant was having a discussion with a member of their employer’s hired security service. The claimant was injured in the parking lot, …

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