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Jorge Luis Diaz v. Advanced Disposal Services

The amended final compensation order of Jorge Luis Diaz v. Advanced Disposal Services, a Port St. Lucie workers’ compensation case, was a dispute over medical authorization and temporary partial disability (TPD) and temporary total disability (TTD) benefits. The claimant sought authorization for a new vehicle, but the employer contested the claim as unrequired since they …

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Gabriela Elisa Flores Gonzales v. L&M Endeavors

The Melbourne workers’ compensation case of Gabriela Elisa Flores Gonzales v. L&M Endeavors regarded whether the claimant was owed compensation for an emergency related to their workplace accident. The employer denied the claim, citing that the claimant had not requested authorization prior to going to the hospital and that the claimant already had authorized treating …

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Joanne Vose v. Harris Corporation

The final compensation order of Joanne Vose v. Harris Corporation, a Melbourne workers’ compensation case, determined the authorization of medical treatment and attorney fees.  The employer arose five defenses; that the claimant was barred by the statute of limitations, the statute of limitations was expired, their medical treatment was not medically necessary, that the accident …

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Agatha Chloe v. Dillard’s

In the Jacksonville workers’ compensation case of Agatha Chloe v. Dillard’s, the employer terminated benefits based on a misrepresentation defense. The claimant petitioned for reinstatement of both their indemnity and medical benefits. The employer refused and stated that the claimant had falsified statements in their deposition that detailed their attendant care. The court reviewed the …

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