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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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Eddy Mills v. Goodwill and Gallagher Bassett Services

Eddy Mills v. Goodwill and Gallagher Bassett Services was a Miami workers’ compensation case concerning the claimant’s Temporary Partial Disability (TPD) payments. The employer arose two main defenses, among others, against the claimant. In the first defense, the employer accused the claimant of misconduct. The claimant had used his own money to pay for a …

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Manuel Orlando Velez Mendoza v. Ramsey Construction Group, Hulk Multiservices, and James Framing

The Orlando workers’ compensation case of Manuel Orlando Velez Mendoza v. Ramsey Construction Group (E/C#1), Hulk Multiservices (E/C#2), and James Framing (E/C#3) was a deliberation to determine which employer was responsible for the claimant’s accident. E/C#1 was the carpentry and framing company that hired out subcontractors. E/C#2 and E/C#3 were the contractors hired out for …

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