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Matthew Casey v. City of Hallandale Beach Police Department

In Matthew Casey v. City of Hallandale Beach Police Department and Preferred Government Claims Solutions, the E/C previously offered compensation for claimant. The claimant was diagnosed with PTSD, which as an occupational disease, had multiple dates of accident. Seeing as PTSD followed the original accident, newly enacted Florida Statute 112.1815(5)(a) applied, entitling the claimant to …

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Lyndon Rodman v. Dead Bug Edwards and Praetorian Insurance Company

Lyndon Rodman v. Dead Bug Edwards and Praetorian Insurance Company was an amended order by motion of the E/C. The claimant suffered a work accident that left him a paraplegic, and he filed a PFB for benefits and authorization/provision of an ADA compliant home. The claimant proved he was entitled to handicapped-equipped housing in accordance …

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Rodrigo Camacho v. Kim’s Painting/Norguard, NV Acquisition Mgmt, Epic Development

The case of Rodrigo Camacho involved three different E/C’s; Kim’s Painting/Norguard (E/C#1), NV Acquisition Management(E/C#2) and Epic Development(E/C#3). The site of the accident was owned by E/C#2, and the Claimant was contracted by E/C#1. The claimant was classified as an employee of E/C #1 based upon Florida Statute 440.02(15)(a) and 440.02(15)(c)3. Contractors are responsible for …

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St. Lucie Public Schools/Relation Insurance Services of Florida v. Dianne Alexander

The case of St. Lucie Public Schools/Relation Insurance Services of Florida v. Dianne Alexander was an appeal on behalf of the E/C regarding the Claimant’s request for a one time change of provider. Though the E/C provided the name of a new doctor for the claimant, they did not forward medical records for review until …

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