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Is Mediation Required for a Florida Workers' Compensation Settlement?

December 31, 2020

If your Florida workers’ compensation claim was denied, and you believe that shouldn’t have happened you are likely going to want to file an appeal. According to Section 440.25 in the Florida workers’ compensation statutes, you will have to go to mediation. Mediation provides aggrieved individuals an opportunity to see if an agreeable settlement can […]

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Florida First Responder Rights and Workers' Compensation

December 17, 2020

Feeling stress from your job is a common complaint across many industries. There are several situations that can cause mental strain at work such as a high amount of responsibilities, managing difficult personnel issues, meeting short deadlines, or working alongside unpleasant colleagues or a difficult boss. The stress one feels from these situations and others […]

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Slip and Fall Accidents are Responsible for the Most Workers' Comp Claims

December 16, 2020

There are all types of accidents that can happen at work which can cause injuries to employees. When an injured employee in Florida has to receive medical treatment and miss time at work, they can file a Florida workers’ compensation claim to obtain benefits. These benefits can help injured workers have part of their missed […]

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If Your Florida Workers' Compensation Claim Was Denied What Are Your Options?

December 15, 2020

If you sustained injuries you believe were in relation to your work in Florida and you think that you have a valid case for Florida workers’ compensation, what happens when you’re case is denied? The first thing to understand is that insurance companies are always going to look for ways to deny claims. Insurance companies […]

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When is a Workers' Comp Claim Suitable After a Florida Car Accident?

December 14, 2020

If your employer doesn’t require you to travel in a car as a part of your job’s requirements, then it is unlikely that if you are injured commuting to work or on your way home from work that you can file a successful Florida workers’ compensation claim. The “coming and going” rule frees employers of […]

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How the Coming and Going Rule can Affect Your Florida Workers' Comp Claim

December 14, 2020

 You were injured while you were traveling to your job or injured while traveling from your job and you may be wondering why you are having such a difficult time obtaining Florida workers’ compensation benefits. You aren’t alone if you are struggling with the Florida workers’ compensation system in your attempts to get benefits. Many […]

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Florida Forklift Injuries and Workers' Comp

December 11, 2020

The construction industry is just one of the industries highly plagued with workplace accidents. This is true across the nation and the globe. As such, construction work in Florida follows suit and there are many Florida workplace accidents that happen for construction workers every year in the state. Workers in the construction industry may have […]

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Can Heatstroke Injuries Qualify for Florida Workers' Comp Benefits?

December 10, 2020

Florida is known for being hot and in some cases muggy. Temperatures can be very high as Florida has mild winters and sultry summers. Heatstroke is not something that many Floridians are unfamiliar with. Heatstroke can happen to workers that perform jobs outdoors like in the case of some construction workers, or indoors. There are […]

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Do You Have Job Security if You are out on Florida Workers' Comp?

December 9, 2020

In the state of Florida almost all business owners must carry Florida workers’ compensation insurance so that if an accident happens at work involving one of their employees, that employee can have their medical treatment taken care of. Additionally, if the injured employee has suffered damages that are severe enough that they must miss work […]

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Can You Have Your Florida SSDI Benefits Reinstated?

December 8, 2020

If you were shocked to hear that your Florida Social Security Disability benefits have been terminated you may be wondering why. There are many circumstances that can change in a person’s life which would render them ineligible to continue to receive their benefits. Some of these situations include: When a person retires. If a person’s […]

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