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Troy Kranitz v. Milex/Mr Transmission and Norguard Insurance Company

In Troy Kranitz v. Milex/Mr Transmission and Norguard Insurance Company the E/C filed this motion to enforce settlement but Claimant was of the position that no settlement had been reached because he had not given his counsel authority and he did not receive a clear explanation of the Medicare Set Aside. However, he withdrew his …

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Wilson Valmir v. Dunkin Dounuts/CMS Bakery, LLC and Cincinnati Insurance Co.

In Wilson Valmir v. Dunkin Dounuts/CMS Bakery, LLC and Cincinnati Insurance Co. Claimant sustained a compensable injury to the space between his fingers. Subsequently, Claimant complained of hand pain and secured an IME opinion. The IME suggested he suffered from tenosynovitis. The treating physician observed that claimant’s presentation of pain was exaggerated. An MRI showed …

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Misael Baez v. B&B Tire of Fowler, Inc./Tuffy Auto Services Center and None

In Misael Baez v. B&B Tire of Fowler, Inc./Tuffy Auto Services Center and None the employer was uninsured and unrepresented and also failed to appear at final hearing. However, since the employer did not raise any defenses, the JCC found sanctions unnecessary. Claimant presented his claims for indemnity and medical care without contest. Based on …

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Brandyn Pendley v. Temples Furniture Inc. and Travelers Indemnity Company of America

In Brandyn Pendley v. Temples Furniture Inc. and Travelers Indemnity Company of America Claimant alleged an injury to his neck and back when he struck a parked vehicle during his employment. The E/C denied continuing indemnity and medical stating that there was no evidence to support an injury. Medical was authorized and the physician who …

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Eugene Hardin v. Heyl Truck Lines, Inc., CBCS, and Travelers Indemnity Company of America, and Eric M. Christiansen

In Eugene Hardin v. Heyl Truck Lines, Inc., CBCS, and Travelers Indemnity Company of America, and Eric M. Christiansen the Claimant who was unrepresented filed a petition for writ of prohibition. The underlying order concerned allegations by claimant that his former attorney breached their retainer agreement. The JCC rejected. The First DCA DISMISSED the petition, …

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Jesus Hernandez v. Asplundh Tree Expert and Sedgwick CMS, XL Insurance America

In Jesus Hernandez v. Asplundh Tree Expert and Sedgwick CMS, XL Insurance America the Claimant filed a financial Affidavit in conjunction with his Motion and E/C filed a Response in Opposition to Claimant’s Motion for Advance. After review of the financial affidavit, the JCC found enough evidence for claimant to meet the entitlement and eligibility …

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Joshua Peel v. B&B Lawn Maintenance and Pressure Washing LLC and Cannon Cochran Management Services

In Joshua Peel v. B&B Lawn Maintenance and Pressure Washing LLC and Cannon Cochran Management Services, the claimant filed a PFB on 11/3/21 and after the E/C performed an investigation and defense of the claims the claimant withdrew the PFB on 2/1/22. Here, E/C filed a verified Motion to Tax Costs. No verified response was …

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Eduardo Barrera v. Labor Finders and ESIS WC Claims

In Eduardo Barrera v. Labor Finders and ESIS WC Claims the Claimant filed a Motion for Advance of Compensation Benefits. The claim for determination at the hearing was whether the Claimant is entitled to a $1,000.00 advance. The JCC found that the claimant did meet the entitlement and eligibility requirements for securing an advance for …

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