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Michael Holloway v. City Furniture, Inc. and Broadspire Services, Inc.

In Michael Holloway v. City Furniture, Inc. and Broadspire Services, Inc. at the time of mediation, the Claimant was incarcerated. Both of Claimant’s outstanding claims were resolved during mediation and two washout agreements were reached. Claimant then refused to sign the settlement documents claiming duress based on the circumstances of his incarceration. During the E/C …

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William Swope v. AAR Aircraft Services Inc and Sentry Claims Services

In William Swope v. AAR Aircraft Services Inc and Sentry Claims Services E/C filed a Motion to enforce settlement and Claimant initially objected. Claimant then submitted a notice of objection clarifying that his objection related to the allocation of 50% of his net proceeds to child support arrearages. The JCC allowed claimant 90 days to …

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Willie Williams v. Georgia Pacific, LLC and ESIS WC Claims

In Willie Williams v. Georgia Pacific, LLC and ESIS WC Claims the E/C filed a Motion to Enforce Settlement Agreement. At mediation a $15,000 washout settlement agreement was reached. The agreement was signed by both parties. A $2,000 advance was issued as part of the settlement and claimant negotiated the check. Claimant’s counsel was then …

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Wendy Rodgers v. 7 Eleven #1551 272168 and Broadspire Services, Inc.

In Wendy Rodgers v. 7 Eleven #1551 272168 and Broadspire Services, Inc. the E/C served the Claimant with a Request to Produce seeking social media posts. The Claimant responded by saying that the request violated Claimant’s privacy. The E/C then filed a Motion to Compel Better Answers to Request to Produce and an Order was …

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Danny Duval v. The Home Depot and Helms Management Services

Miami Workers Comp Danny Duval v. The Home Depot and Helms Management Services (Illinois National) | Miami Workers Comp Danny Duval v. The Home Depot, a Miami workers’ compensation case, regarded a mediation and settlement agreement. The employer and claimant agreed on separation and general release. The employer drafted settlement papers and forwarded them to …

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Oscar Martinez v. Point East Condominium

Miami Workers Comp Oscar Martinez v. Point East Condominium (National Liability & Fire Insurance Company) | Miami Workers Comp In the Miami workers’ compensation case of Oscar Martinez v. Point East Condominium, the claimant refused to sign the settlement paperwork and their attorney filed a motion to withdraw. The employer responded by filing a motion …

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Robert Sherland v. American Airlines Group

Robert Sherland v. American Airlines Group was a workers compensation case concerning a settlement in the amount of $55,000. The claimant objected that a settlement had been reached, citing Florida Statute 44.405 in that the mediation agreement was not signed by both parties. However, the E/C defended that although there was no written agreement, testimony …

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Donald Smith v. Sears Holdings Corporation South Florida SVC District and ESIS WC Claims

The claimant, Donald Smith, was involved in a motor vehicle accident in 2017, leaving him with multiple injuries that were authorized to be covered by his employer, Sears. There were multiple doctors involved in Smith’s recovery.Smith filed a Petition for Benefits (PFB) in January 2021, but received no response from Sears, leading to a mandatory …

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