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Victor Cabrera v. Kablelink Communications

Florida Workers Comp Victor Cabrera v. Kablelink Communications (Sedgwick CMS and New Hampshire Insurance) | Florida Workers Comp In the Florida workers’ compensation case of Victor Cabrera v. Kablelink Communications, the claimant appealed to the JCC’s prior decision to deny their benefits. The JCC claimed that since the claimant was an independent contractor, they did …

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Manuel Orlando Velez Mendoza v. Ramsey Construction Group, Hulk Multiservices, and James Framing

Orlando Workers Comp Manuel Orlando Velez Mendoza v. Ramsey Construction Group, Hulk Multiservices, and James Framing | Orlando Workers Comp The Orlando workers’ compensation case of Manuel Orlando Velez Mendoza v. Ramsey Construction Group (E/C#1), Hulk Multiservices (E/C#2), and James Framing (E/C#3) was a deliberation to determine which employer was responsible for the claimant’s accident. …

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Katia Vargas v. The Art of Freedom and Brandon Baby

Katia Vargas v. The Art of Freedom (E/C#1) and Brandon Baby (E/C#2) was a Miami workers compensation case.The primary issue was whether the E/C was responsible for compensating the accident. The claimant initially sought out employment at E/C#1, but was placed at E/C#2. She eventually transferred to E/C#1, but still reported to her former managers. …

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Feliberto Tamayo Aguilar v. Double Green Wholesales

Feliberto Tamayo Aguilar v. Double Green Wholesales was a Miami workers compensation case to determine whether the E/C (the defendant) was responsible for providing workers comp. The claimant was working for a delivery company, Oscar Delivery Corp, that was hired under the E/C/defendant, and was injured on site. Oscar Delivery Corp was uninsured. The claimant …

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Rodrigo Camacho v. Kim’s Painting/Norguard, NV Acquisition Mgmt, Epic Development

The case of Rodrigo Camacho involved three different E/C’s; Kim’s Painting/Norguard (E/C#1), NV Acquisition Management(E/C#2) and Epic Development(E/C#3). The site of the accident was owned by E/C#2, and the Claimant was contracted by E/C#1. The claimant was classified as an employee of E/C #1 based upon Florida Statute 440.02(15)(a) and 440.02(15)(c)3. Contractors are responsible for …

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