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Tomas Jorrin v. ADP TotalSource, Co XXI, Inc. and Quamec Co. and Helmsman Mgmt Services, Illinois National Insurance Company

In Tomas Jorrin v. ADP TotalSource, Co XXI, Inc. and Quamec Co. and Helmsman Mgmt Services, Illinois National Insurance Company the E/C suggested they had agreed to compensability and payment of a hospital bill under the fee schedule, the E/C moved for summary final order, contending the JCC was without jurisdiction to consider the matter …

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Richard Weissman v. City of Miami Beach Police Department and Corvel Corporation

In Richard Weissman v. City of Miami Beach Police Department and Corvel Corporation the final order in this matter awarded claimant’s attorney fees and the same was affirmed on appeal. Appellate fees were previously resolved, leaving the matter of trial counsel’s fees. Counsel for claimant alleged 299.6 hours while the E/C countered only 193.9 were …

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Jasen Gibbons v. Edge Restaurant Holdings, LLC, Buya Ramen and Associated Industries Insurance Company, Technology Insurance Company, Amtrust North America of Flor

In Jasen Gibbons v. Edge Restaurant Holdings, LLC, Buya Ramen and Associated Industries Insurance Company, Technology Insurance Company, Amtrust North America of Flor the claimant was unrepresented and did not respond to the E/C verified motion to tax costs, nor did he appear at the hearing on the motion. The JCC examined the itemized costs …

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Ronnie Browder v. Lowe’s Home Centers, LLC and Sedgwick CMS, Sedgwick CMS/Walmart & Sam’s Club

In Ronnie Browder v. Lowe’s Home Centers, LLC and Sedgwick CMS, Sedgwick CMS/Walmart & Sam’s Club the parties agreed there was a conflict in the expert opinions regarding the medical necessity of cervical surgery. Without objection, the JCC GRANTED the E/C motion for EMA appointment. Dr. Thomas Roush, spine surgeon, appointed as EMA in this …

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Yamira Misle Pinango v. Clubcorp USA, Inc. and Liberty Mutual Insurance

In Yamira Misle Pinango v. Clubcorp USA, Inc. And Liberty Mutual Insurance the authorized physician referred claimant for an ENT evaluation but the E/C did not authorize care or respond to the petition for benefits filed. The Pretrial Stipulation suggested the E/C had agreed to the authorization, but at the time of trial no appointment …

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Eric Jenks v. Pasco County Board of County Commissioners and Commercial Risk Management, Inc.

In Eric Jenks v. Pasco County Board of County Commissioners and Commercial Risk Management, Inc. E/C filed a motion to tax costs, claimant filed a notice of non-objection. Nothing the E/C had the burden of demonstrating each cost sought was taxable, the JCC reviewed the itemized cost list. Finding the same to be properly taxable, …

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Dewayne Holmes v. Blue Goose Growers LLC, LFI Ft. Pierce, Inc. and FFVA Mutual Insurance Company, ESIS WC Claims

In Dewayne Holmes v. Blue Goose Growers LLC, LFI Ft. Pierce, Inc. and FFVA Mutual Insurance Company, ESIS WC Claims primary issues were Going and Coming, EE/ER relationship, and Worker’s Compensation Immunity. The First DCA having reversed the bifurcated compensation order awarding compensability, the JCC entered this order on remand DISMISSING all petitions with prejudice.

Ashly Potter v. Winn-Dixie Wine & Spirits and Sedgwick CMS

In Ashly Potter v. Winn-Dixie Wine & Spirits and Sedgwick CMS the E/C moved for an alternate provider suggesting that their original IME provider had refused to provide an updated evaluation. Claimant asserted the E/C had utilized their IME and were not entitled to another. The JCC determined that the doctor’s refusal to schedule an …

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