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What Happens if You Are Still Injured Your Florida Workers' Comp Ends?

October 2, 2020

Florida has a limit on the number of days you can receive temporary workers’ compensation. The first seven days aren’t compensated by Florida workers’ compensation benefits until you have been unable to work for over 21 days. Once you are out of work from your injuries for over 21 days, then you can get retroactive […]

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Guide to Florida Temporary Workers' Compensation Benefits

October 1, 2020

After you were in a Florida workplace accident it is one of the worst experiences to be subjected to. You are feeling physical pain, you can’t go to work for some time until you are recovered, you have living expenses and you don’t know how to pay for them. You have heard of the many […]

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Are there Pros and Cons to Accepting a Florida Workers' Comp Settlement?

September 30, 2020

Florida workplace accidents are common and they happen every day across the state. When you have been injured in an accident at work, it doesn’t matter if you caused the accident. Florida is a no-fault state, so you are entitled to filing for Florida workers’ compensation benefits regardless of fault. Filing for Florida workers’ compensation […]

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How Much is the Average Workers' Comp Settlement?

September 29, 2020

Florida workplace accidents happen every day across the state. One of the most common questions victims who sustain injuries from Florida workplace accidents is how much can they get in a Florida workers’ compensation claim. Of course, this is what you would expect. When you are thinking about how expensive the medical treatment and medication […]

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How are Florida Workers' Comp Settlements Paid Out?

September 29, 2020

If you suffered an injury during a Florida workplace accident, the whole ordeal may feel completely overwhelming. All you can think about are the medical bills that are going to mount and all the time away from work you will face. You have new challenges to work through while you are not earning your normal […]

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Can You Lose Your Job While on Workers' Comp in Florida?

September 28, 2020

It is unlawful for your employer to harass you or fire you in retaliation for filing a workers’ compensation claim in Florida. However, this doesn’t mean that an injured worker collecting Florida workers’ compensation benefits is immune from losing their job. Florida operates as an “at-will” state which means that every employee is subject to […]

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Will I Lose My Florida Workers' Comp Benefits if I am Laid Off?

September 27, 2020

Florida is an “at-will” state which allows employers to fire any employee whenever they want.  For the most part, they can fire an employee for any reason as well. If you suffered a Florida workplace injury, and are currently receiving compensation from your employer’s Florida workers’ compensation insurance, you may be wondering what will happen […]

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Will My Florida Child Support Payments Change if I am Receiving SSDI?

September 25, 2020

It is fairly safe to say that no couple goes into a marriage with the expectation that it would be a temporary arrangement and would have an end date. Divorce is not easy and aside from the breakdown of a relationship with a partner, there are other negative outcomes. There are financial implications of divorce […]

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What to do if Your Employer Retaliates Against You for Filing for Florida Workers' Comp

September 24, 2020

It is unlawful in Florida for an employer to retaliate against an employee who files a Florida workers’ compensation claim. While this is true, it still happens. Employers don’t want their insurance rates to increase, and when claims are filed an employer could see rate so they retaliate against an injured employee to bully them […]

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The Most Important Things to Know Before You File a Florida Workers' Compensation Claim

September 23, 2020

A Florida workplace injury can happen at any time. Certain industries have higher incidences of workplace injuries due to the nature of the work and the regularly present hazards. Some of these industries with a higher risk of harm while on the job include construction, medical, warehousing, and local government justice. It is natural to […]

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