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George A. Scott, III v. Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office and Johns Eastern Company, Inc.

In George A. Scott, III v. Sarasota County Sheriffs Office and Johns Eastern Company, Inc. the Claimant suffered a compensable injury while working as a deputy. A year after Claimant’s accident he was transferred to a cardiologist and was eventually discharged and assigned a 25% impairment rating. Claimant was then told by the employer that …

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James Yeago v. Federal Express Corporation and Sedgwick CMS

The petition for benefits in the Florida workers compensation case of James Yeago v. Federal Express Corporation was solved at the final hearing. The claimant was compensated for the injury and given an authorized doctor, who placed the claimant at an MMI of 0%. No restrictions were placed on the claimant, and the claimant only …

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