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William T. Sanchez v. His House Children’s Home

The Tampa workers’ compensation case of William T. Sanchez v. His House Children’s Home was a decision made on the claimant’s motion for rehearing. The claimant suffered a compensable accident and was placed at MMI with a zero percent impairment and no restrictions. They had not visited an authorized doctor since 2018 and filed a …

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Joanne Vose v. Harris Corporation

The final compensation order of Joanne Vose v. Harris Corporation, a Melbourne workers’ compensation case, determined the authorization of medical treatment and attorney fees.  The employer arose five defenses; that the claimant was barred by the statute of limitations, the statute of limitations was expired, their medical treatment was not medically necessary, that the accident …

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William T. Sanchez v. His House Children’s Home

In the Tampa workers’ compensation case of William T. Sanchez v. His House Children’s Home, the claimant was given authorized care for a workplace accident in 2016. The claimant was prescribed special orthotics, and given an MMI with zero percent impairment and no restrictions. A petition for benefits was filed in 2020, and the employer …

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Le’tavia Jones v. State of Florida Department of Corrections

In the workers compensation case of Le’tavia Jones v. State of Florida Department of Corrections, the claimant had an industrial accident and reached physical MMI within two weeks. She filed for temporary disability benefits since she had not yet reached psychological MMI. The JCC denied this claim, since indemnity benefits for psychological problems are limited …

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