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Brandyn Pendley v. Temples Furniture Inc. and Travelers Indemnity Company of America

In Brandyn Pendley v. Temples Furniture Inc. and Travelers Indemnity Company of America Claimant alleged an injury to his neck and back when he struck a parked vehicle during his employment. The E/C denied continuing indemnity and medical stating that there was no evidence to support an injury. Medical was authorized and the physician who …

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Norman Evans v. Vets USA II, Inc. and Amtrust North America of Florida, Technology Insurance Company

In Norman Evans v. Vets USA II, Inc. and Amtrust North America of Florida, Technology Insurance Company the Claimant is requesting a follow up appointment with an authorized provider and payment of a medical bill. The E/C defends the issues on the defense of major contributing cause, failure to provide timely notice of alleged accident, …

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Steven Silberberg v. Palm Beach County School Board and York Risk Services

In Steven Silberberg v. Palm Beach County School Board and York Risk Services the Claimant fell in the classroom where he worked after his leg fell asleep. The issue here is whether his fall is a compensable accident. The JCC denied compensability stating Claimant’s injury did not arise out of his work as a teacher …

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Justin Glazier v. AYS Employee Leasing, KRK Enterprises, Inc. and Technology Insurance Company, Amtrust North America of Florida

In Justin Glazier v. AYS Employee Leasing, KRK Enterprises, Inc. and Technology Insurance Company, Amtrust North America of Florida the pending claims are for lumbar fusion and lumbar facet blocks. The E/C states that the requested medical care is not medically necessary or reasonable and the accident is not the MCC. Claimant argues that the …

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Ingrid Chin v. Mt. Sinai Medical Center and York Risk Services Group

In Ingrid Chin v. Mt. Sinai Medical Center and York Risk Services Group Claimant was exposed to a fire extinguisher discharge causing shortness of breath on 2/13/18. E/C accepted Claimant’s accident as compensable and authorized treatment. On 11/29/21, E/C denied Claimant’s claim for return visit with treating doctor stating the treatment is unrelated to the …

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Quarnetta R. Quaintance v. First Student Transportation and Gallagher Bassett Services, Inc.

In Quarnetta R. Quaintance v. First Student Transportation and Gallagher Bassett Services, Inc. the Claimant presented a DWC-25 report as evidence that stated that Claimant “needs shoulder arthroscopy, however the need for this is the pre-existing condition”. The E/C challenges the authorization because the need is from a pre-existing condition not the workplace accident. Claimant …

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Mindy Blanco v. City of Miami Beach and Corvel Corporation

In Mindy Blanco v. City of Miami Beach and Corvel Corporation Claimant petitioned for authorization of BVN ablation recommended by the authorized treating orthopedic spinal surgeon. The E/C denied authorization alleging that it only accepted compensability of a temporary exacerbation for a preexisting personal lumbar condition and the MCC of Claimant’s lumbar disc herniations are …

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David Caswell v. Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation and Chubb Indemnity Insurance Company, ESIS WC Claims

In David Caswell v. Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation and Chubb Indemnity Insurance Company, ESIS WC Claims the Claimant injured left shoulder, left elbow, and left knee in an industrial accident. E/C accepted compensability of the Claimant’s industrial accident injuries but denied all care, compensability and future treatment for pre-existing arthrosis/chondrosis/degenerative joint disease as the workplace accident …

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