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Miguel Lorenzo v. Kiewit Corp. d/b/a Kiewit Infrastructure South Co and Old Republic Insurance Company, Sedgwick CMS

In Miguel Lorenzo v. Kiewit Corp. d/b/a Kiewit Infrastructure South Co and Old Republic Insurance Company, Sedgwick CMS Claimant filed for a One Time Change and the E/C claimed they had properly and timely provided claimant with a one-time change of physician. To the contrary, claimant prosecuted his claim for a OTC provider of his …

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Billy Norton v. South Florida Security Group Inc. and Bridgefield Casualty Insurance Company, Summit Consulting, LLC

In Billy Norton v. South Florida Security Group Inc. and Bridgefield Casualty Insurance Company, Summit Consulting, LLC the parties had reached a washout settlement agreement at mediation. Claimant’s counsel then lost contact with his client and was unable to secure his signature on the final settlement documents. The E/C moved to enforce the agreement and …

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Linda Roccaforte v. The Parts House and Safety National Casualty Corp., Corvel Corporation

In Linda Roccaforte v. The Parts House and Safety National Casualty Corp., Corvel Corporation the JCC considered the medical evidence in detail in this claim for temporary disability benefits. After resolving conflicts regarding work restrictions, injured body parts related to the instant compensable accident and MMI, the JCC GRANTED in part and DENIED in part …

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Doran Roberts v. Marion Masonry Materials of Ocala, LLC and FCCI Insurance Group

In Doran Roberts v. Marion Masonry Materials of Ocala, LLC and FCCI Insurance Group although counsel for claimant advise he had attempted to notify claimant of the hearing on the E/C motion to enforce, claimant did not appear for the same. The E/C presented their evidence in favor of the alleged $15,000 inclusive settlement and …

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Honorio Flores v. Smart Specialty Solutions, Inc. and The Main Street America Group

In Honoria Flores v. Smart Specialty Solutions, Inc. and the Main Street America Group the vocational experts in this PTD matter disagreed as to whether claimant had transferable skills and was able to perform sedentary duty work within a 50 mile radius of his home. Claimant was a 64 year old Spanish speaking man, unable …

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Gerardo Gamboa Aviles v. Millenium Granite & Marble LLC and None

In Gerardo Gamboa Aviles v. Millenium Granite & Marble LLC and None uninsured and unrepresented employer elected not to participate in the litigation and no defenses had been offered. In any case, defenses were previously stricken by way of order. Claimant presented his claims for compensability indemnity and medical benefits without context and the same …

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Russell Robinson v. City of Orlando and Relation Insurance Services of Florida

In Russell Robinson v. City of Orlando and Relation Insurance Services of Florida Counsel for claimant secured a closed period of PTD benefits and sought attorneys fees that were greater than the guideline fee based on the hours spent in prosecuting the claims. The value of benefits obtained were approximately $275k resulting in a guideline …

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Rosalie Kelley v. The Empire Company and Travelers Insurance

In Rosalie Kelley v. The Empire Company and Travelers Insurance a prior FCO denied TPD benefits. In the instant litigation, claimant petitioned for TPD benefits for dates immediately subsequent to entry of that order. Claimant established her MMI dates as November 15, 2021, and the JCC considered the medical evidence to determine whether the physicians …

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