Recent Webinars

“Who has the time?”

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

Friday, July 26, 2019 at 12:00!

Compensability…EMA’s…one-time changes…TTD: how firmly do we know these workers’ compensation issues? Apparently, as the

Friday, August 2, 2019 at 12:00 for Attorneys, Adjusters, and Paralegals!

Newly effective § 112.1816 (07/01/2019) provides, as an alternative

Friday, June 28, 2019 at 12:00 for Attorneys, Adjusters, and Paralegals!

Just a few years ago, Florida voters passed Amendment

Wednesday, June 12, 2019 at 12:00 for Attorneys, Adjusters, and Paralegals!

Effective July 1, 2019, newly created § 112.1816 provides,

May 31, 2019 at 12:00 for Attorneys, Adjusters, and Paralegals!

You know who you are – now learn who they

“Who has the time?”

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

Friday, April 26, 2019 at 12:00!

For the first quarter of 2019, the 1st DCA offers written opinions that provide

Recent Courses

This is not the usual ethics class. This course will not simply read to
you the Adjusters’ Claims Handling Code

This course continues the problem presentation and solving begun in Part 1. In this hour, three (3) problems are

Often, workers’ compensation attorneys are faced with what may appear to be the “calculus” problem of ‘comp: calculating a

One of the most discussed topics in a workers’ compensation case is the issue of “light duty” – “temporary

To understand a process is often the first step in success. As attorneys prepare for and attend a workers’

Oh – I know! Math, math, math! Is that all we do in comp when we talk settlement? Well

Who would have thought that settling a work comp case could get so complex? This first part takes you

Part 2 sharpens your “attorney’s fees” skills, whether you have explored the legislative history of attorney’s fees in Part

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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