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Dawnmarie MacArthur v. Dillard’s

Dawnmarie MacArthur v. Dillard’s (Gallagher Bassett Service) | Tampa Workers’ Compensation Case At the commencement of the final hearing of Dawnmarie MacArthur v. Dillard’s, the claimant’s Daubert objection was considered by the JCC. Their objection was that the employer’s independent medical examiner (IME) was a general orthopedic physician and not qualified to testify for the …

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Belkis Batista v. Publix Super Markets

Belkis Batista v. Publix Super Markets, a Fort Myers workers compensation case, concerned the authorization of arthroscopic surgery. The claimant fell and injured herself, reporting the accident to her supervisors, but not obtaining any medical treatment. Five months later, the claimant went in for a doctor’s appointment, which then led to surgery and pain management …

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Timothy Ambuehl v. Cox Communications and Broadspire Services and Illinois National Insurance

After an accident on October 6, 2019, Timothy Ambuehl requested compensation regarding a shoulder injury. He appealed for coverage of a surgical procedure, temporary total disability benefits (TTD) and temporary partial disability benefits (TPD) at the behest of his employer, Cox Communications. In examination of the case, the employer refused to provide compensation under the …

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