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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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Michael Emmanuel v. ADP Totalsource Co XXI Inc

Michael Emmanuel v. ADP Totalsource Co XXI Inc, a Miami workers’ compensation case, regarded an order for a one-time change of physician (OTC). Though the OTC was awarded, it was found that the claimant’s complaints were related to a pre-existing condition, causing the employer to withdraw their compensation. After examination of the situation, it was …

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