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Michael Emmanuel v. ADP Totalsource Co XXI Inc

Michael Emmanuel v. ADP Totalsource Co XXI Inc, a Miami workers’ compensation case, regarded an order for a one-time change of physician (OTC). Though the OTC was awarded, it was found that the claimant’s complaints were related to a pre-existing condition, causing the employer to withdraw their compensation. After examination of the situation, it was …

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Mathias Fucien v. International Marina Group 1

Mathias Fucien v. International Marina Group 1 (Safe Harbor Marinas) was a Ft Lauderdale workers compensation case concerning a one-time change (OTC) of physician. The E/C acknowledged that they had authorized a new doctor as the claimant’s OTC physician, therefore closing the case. Motion for final order DENIED The 440 Authority

Aquilina Mujica v. San Isidro Catholic Church

Aquilina Mujica v. San Isidro Catholic Church was a Florida workers compensation case in which the claimant received authorized medical care, and requested a one time change (OTC) of provider. The E/C defended that they did not need to provide this OTC, claiming that workers compensation law does not require second opinions. They retracted this, …

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St. Lucie Public Schools/Relation Insurance Services of Florida v. Dianne Alexander

The case of St. Lucie Public Schools/Relation Insurance Services of Florida v. Dianne Alexander was an appeal on behalf of the E/C regarding the Claimant’s request for a one time change of provider. Though the E/C provided the name of a new doctor for the claimant, they did not forward medical records for review until …

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