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Benito Castro v. Death Valley Construction Group, Inc and Clear Spring Property and Casualty Company

In Benito Castro v. Death Valley Construction Group, Inc and Clear Spring Property and Casualty Company the employer was insured at the time of claimant’s accident but asserted he did not know the claimant. However, one of his employees admitted to hiring claimant as a helper. Claimant fell through a roof and sustained a severe …

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Antonio Holt v. The Sherwin-Williams Company and Gallagher Bassett Services, Inc.

Antonio Holt v. The Sherwin-Williams Company and Gallagher Bassett Services, Inc. the claimant being unrepresented moved to set aside the washout agreement which had previously been approved by the JCC. By way of background, the E/C had denied compensability and a private mediation conducted when claimant was represented by counsel resulted in the $7,500 inclusive …

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Willie Veal v. Frank Crum 8, Inc. and Frank Winston Crum Insurance, Inc.

In Willie Veal v. Frank Crum 8, Inc. And Frank Winston Crum Insurance, Inc. the Claimant filed a motion for a 2k advance. The JCC determined that claimant failed to present sufficient evidence in support of the amount requested. Here, claimant testified he was behind on “a lot of bills” but the information regarding his …

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Feliciano Lazo v. YSP Services Group Corp. and Norguard Insurance Company

In Feliciano Lazo v. YSP Services Group Corp. and Norguard Insurance Company the fee hearing covered claims for medical and indemnity raised in eleven separate petitions. Fee entitlement was stipulated and the parties agreed the value of benefits secured was $308,814.00. Of the more than 600 hours alleged by counsel, the JCC found 491.4 hours …

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Sherman Peterson v. R&J Household Services, Inc. f/k/a Softwash, Inc. d/b/a Capital City Moving Co., Capital City Junk and None

In Sherman Peterson v. R&J Household Services, Inc. f/k/a Softwash, Inc. d/b/a Capital City Moving Co., Capital City Junk and None the employer is uninsured and unrepresented and failed to respond to the petition or participate in any event scheduled in this litigation. Defenses were previously stricken as a result. Claimant presented his claims before …

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Melissa Goodman v. PNR Holding Company Inc. and Retailfirst Insurance Company, Summit

In Melissa Goodman v. PNR Holding Company Inc. and Retailfirst Insurance Company, Summit the JCC considered Claimant’s objection to the E/C response to Verified Petition. The Claimant argued that the response did not contain the statutory verification language and this should result in a “default”. The JCC agreed that the response to the verified petition …

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Richard Cardona v. RTI Restoration Technology, Inc and Bridgefield Employers Insurance Company, Summit

In Richard Cardona v. RTO Restoration Technology, Inc and Bridgefield Employers Insurance Company, Summit a settlement in the amount of $26,000.00 was reached. The fee of $10,1500.00 was equivalent to 39% of the total settlement. The retainer signed by the claimant consisted of the standard liability litigation agreement which provided a 40% fee after the …

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Ashly Potter v. Winn-Dixie Wine & Spirits and Sedgwick CMS

In Ashly Potter v. Winn-Dixie Wine & Spirits and Sedgwick CMS the E/C moved for an alternate provider suggesting that their original IME provider had refused to provide an updated evaluation. Claimant asserted the E/C had utilized their IME and were not entitled to another. The JCC determined that the doctor’s refusal to schedule an …

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Jennifer Henry v. E#1: EMS Protective Group, LLC and E/C#2: Monte Carlo of Miami Condominium Assn., Inc./Zenith Insurance Company

In Jennifer Henry v. E#1: EMS Protective Group, LLC and E/C#2: Monte Carlo of Miami Condominium Assn., Inc./Zenith Insurance Company there were two different E/C’s named. E/C #2 contracted with claimant’s employer (E#1) to provide security services. The employer did not have workers’ compensation covering while the contract was in force and claimant was injured. …

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