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Rhonda Wilmot v. Carpenter’s Home Estates

Rhonda Wilmot v. Carpenter’s Home Estates (Retailfirst Insurance Company) | Tampa Workers Comp In Rhonda Wilmot v. Carpenter’s Home Estates, the employer appointed two independent medical examiners (IME) with the same provider. The claimant objected to the third IME, requesting that the employer do not use the same provider. The claimant believed that the original …

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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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Jorge Santiago-Burgess v. Treasure Chest Advertising

Jorge Santiago-Burgess v. Treasure Chest Advertising (CNA Insurance) | Tampa Workers Comp Jorge Santiago-Burgess v. Treasure Chest Advertising reviewed a claimant’s motion for summary final order. The employer did not respond and no issues were found. The JCC granted the motion, therefore ordering the employer to provide authorized psychiatric care. Motion for summary final order …

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

Tampa Workers Comp William T. Sanchez v. His House Children’s Home (Technology) | Tampa Workers Comp 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 …

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Cristhian Espinal v. Fanatics Holdings

Cristhian Espinal v. Fanatics Holdings, a Tampa workers’ compensation case, concerned an attorney fee hearing. The JCC sustained the employer’s objection to the claimant’s cost invoices, as they were not filed in a timely manner. The JCC also denied the petition which failed to itemize any alleged costs. The claimant’s entitled fees were based on …

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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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William Algarin v. Bluelinx Corporation

William Algarin v. Bluelinx Corporation, a Tampa workers compensation case, concerned the extent of the claimant’s authorized medical care. The claimant had a wrist injury that was compensated by the E/C, however the E/C contested also providing compensation for the claimant’s alleged neck and shoulder injuries. Based on the doctors’ testimony and medical evidence, the …

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