Library of CLE Webinars

May 29, 2020, at noon.

Often, workers’ compensation attorneys, adjusters, and paralegals are faced with what feels like the “calculus”

Case Law Update 2020 Q1 – Apr 17, 2020, at noon.

During the first quarter of 2020, the 1st DCA

Discipline for adjuster misconduct can come from several sources – the Department of Insurance or the courts themselves. This

Since 1935 (Florida’s inception of workers’ compensation), employers have enjoyed a statutory exclusivity of liability (§ 440.11) with their

Case Law Update 2019 Q4 – Jan 31, 2020, at noon.

The written workers’ compensation cases released by the First

“Who has the time?”

We all know the requirements for adjuster licensing – including DOI’s new 5-hour update course on

“Who has the time?”

We all know the requirements for adjuster licensing – including DOI’s new 5-hour update course on

“Light duty” – the term conjures up more questions than answers for human resource managers, employees, adjusters, and attorneys.

Our Story

Yep, I’m the speaker with the sneakers! Thanks to a comical wardrobe malfunction several people know me for my peculiar conference attire.

Tim Jesaitis began the practice of law after graduating from Stetson University College of Law, cum laude, in 1990. But, in some ways, it didn’t start there. Tim graduated from the University of South Florida first with a degree in English, then a Master’s Degree in English Education. He taught English at USF and then at Admiral Farragut Academy (and, yes: I’m afraid spelling still counts!). Then he became a lawyer.

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