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William Swope v. AAR Aircraft Services Inc and Sentry Claims Services

In William Swope v. AAR Aircraft Services Inc and Sentry Claims Services E/C filed a Motion to enforce settlement and Claimant initially objected. Claimant then submitted a notice of objection clarifying that his objection related to the allocation of 50% of his net proceeds to child support arrearages. The JCC allowed claimant 90 days to …

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Robert Koehler v. Morgan Auto Group, LLC and Bridgefield Employers Insurance Company

In Robert Koehler v. Morgan Auto Group, LLC and Bridgefield Employers Insurance Company a final compensation order was entered denying compensability and denying all benefits. Claimant does not dispute that costs were incurred but does not agree that all of them are taxable. The total amount of costs E/C seek to recover is $7,899.24. $5,155.00 …

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Mamdouh Yousef v. Jetstream Ground Services, Inc. and Gallagher Bassett Services, Inc.

In Mamdouh Yousef v. Jetstream Ground Services, Inc. and Gallagher Bassett Services, Inc. the TPD benefits were denied on a misconduct defense. Claimant moved in limine to exclude an employer witness on the grounds the deponent was prohibited from disclosing certain TSA regulations. The JCC noted the exclusion of evidence is a drastic remedy which …

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Georgia Wallace v. Intown Suites and Sompo America Insurance Company

In Georgia Wallace v. Intown Suites and Sompo American Insurance Company the Claimant worked as a housekeeper for Employer and fell on her right knee while cleaning. Claimant testified that she notified her supervisor and that a co-worker heard the fall. The supervisor testified that he had no knowledge of the injury until four months …

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Nickie Sullivan v. Sassa Enterprise, LLC/Zippy’s Restaurant and None

In Nickie Sullivan v. Sassa Enterprise, LLC/Zippy’s Restaurant and None the unrepresented employer failed to appear for the final hearing. This issues which remained to be addressed at the time of the hearing were compensability of injury, reimbursement of medical expenses, and costs and attorney’s fees. The employer’s defenses were stricken for failure to appear …

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Shahzad Munawar v. Family Dollar Stores of Florida and Sedgwick CMS

In Shahzad Munawar v. Family Dollar Stores of Florida and Sedgwick CMS the Claimant filed a Motion to Enforce Settlement Agreement and the E/C Responded in Opposition to Claimant’s Motion to Enforce Settlement Agreement. E/C moved to Vacate Settlement Agreement. A washout agreement had been entered at mediation. Thereafter, E/C filed a notice of denial …

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Alejandro Fernandez v. Techno Cable Wiring and MSA Group

In Alejandro Fernandez v. Techno Cable Wiring and MSA Group the Claimant was injured at his place of employment and received pain management treatment which included injections in his lumbar area. When Claimant went for his third injection he suffered from a cardiac arrhythmia and was transported to the hospital. The claimant then began to …

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Benigno Landero v. Tri-Choice Services, Inc. and Federated Mutual Insurance

In Benigno Landero v. Tri-Choice Services, Inc. and Federated Mutual Insurance the claimant suffered a compensable injury while working for the employer. The claimant was not satisfied with the care received and requested a change in physician from E/C. Claimant was then advised that he must request a one-time change in writing. The employer prepared …

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Harvey Creel v. People Ready, Labor Ready International, Inc. and ESIS WC Claims

In Harvey Creel v. People Ready, Labor Ready International, Inc. and ESIS WC Claims E/C denied entire claim arguing that Claimant did not suffer an accident and even if Claimant did suffer an accident he did not provide timely notice. Claimant argued that E/C knew of his accident. JCC agreed with Claimant as far as …

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