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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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Carlos Cabrera Dovales v. Capital Underground Construction LLC and State National Insurance Company, Normandy Insurance Company

In Carlos Cabrera Dovales v. Capital Underground Constructions LLC and State National Insurance Company, Normandy Insurance Company the claimant was unrepresented and failed to appear at final hearing. Additionally, he had not appeared for the E/C IME appointment, private mediation, or the hearing on former counsel’s motion to withdraw. In the absence of any evidence …

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Dwain Blyden v. Trinet for D & D Garage Doors, Inc. and CCMSI

In Dwain Blyden v. Trinet for D & D Garage Doors, Inc. and CCMSI the claimant was represented. The JCC explained in detail the necessary evidentiary burdens required by Claimant to prove his case. The Claimant elected to proceed without counsel. The JCC observed the primary issues asserted by claimant were not the subject of …

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Paul Manganello v. West World Telecom Corporation and Travelers Property Casualty

In Paul Manganello v. West World Telecom Corporation and Travelers Property Casualty the Claimant was unrepresented, presented no evidence to support his allegation that he was in the course and scope of employment at the time of his accident and presented no medical evidence that he sustained injuries in the accident. Entitlement to indemnity benefits …

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Glenda Carrington v. Baycare Health Systems

St Pete Workers Comp Glenda Carrington v. Baycare Health Systems – Morton Plant Hospital (Commercial Risk Management) | St Pete Workers Comp In the final compensation order of Glenda Carrington v. Baycare Health Systems, a St. Petersburg workers’ compensation case, the claimant was unrepresented. The claimant provided conflicting testimony, stating that they became asthmatic both …

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Oscar Martinez v. Point East Condominium

Miami Workers Comp Oscar Martinez v. Point East Condominium (National Liability & Fire Insurance Company) | Miami Workers Comp In the Miami workers’ compensation case of Oscar Martinez v. Point East Condominium, the claimant refused to sign the settlement paperwork and their attorney filed a motion to withdraw. The employer responded by filing a motion …

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