Bias Elimination: Decoding and Managing Personalities

You know who you are – now learn who they are! Over the years, psychologists have designed tests to decode different human personalities. In compliance with the Florida Bar CLE requirements, this webinar provides bias elimination by exploring the intricacies, testing, and management skills through the following models: Myers-Briggs, Big Five Personality; 16 Personalities; Enneagram;…
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Calculating the WC Social Security Offset: Theory and Lab

May 29, 2020, at noon. Often, workers’ compensation attorneys, adjusters, and paralegals are faced with what feels like the “calculus” problem of ‘comp: calculating a Social Security [Disability] offset. This class takes a unique approach: More than reviewing the “concepts” of the offsets, this webinar begins by examining the framework (and terminology) for calculating the…
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Cancer & Firefighters II

Newly effective § 112.1816 (07/01/2019) provides, as an alternative to traditional workers’ compensation, financial and medical benefits for firefighters diagnosed with cancer. Who is – and is not – covered? What benefits are to be provided? What changes do employers have to make at the fire station? What are the costs? And where is venue…
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Cancer & Firefighters – Florida’s New Statutory Coverage

Effective July 1, 2019, newly created § 112.1816 provides, as an alternative to traditional workers’ compensation, financial and medical benefits for firefighters diagnosed with cancer. Critical then, to human resource directors, risk managers, adjusters, attorneys, and paralegals, is a mastery of the critical elements for these new cancer benefits – the statutory prerequisites, the scope…
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Case Law Update – 2018 Quarter 2

For the second quarter of 2018, what great diversity we have in legal topics in this case law update. The 1st DCA provided more instruction on attorney’s fees – especially with fees in excess of the statutory guidelines. Medically, we have more fine-tuning on claimant IME’s and the right to a one-time change. We also…
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Case Law Update – 2018 Quarter 3

The third quarter of 2018 challenges our understanding of some key factors in workers’ compensation: do we really know how to trigger – or avoid – an EMA? What is a true “refusal of employment” to suspend TPD benefits? What evidence does a JCC need to award or deny an advance? And, are we ready…
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Case Law Update – 2018 Quarter 4

January 25, 2019 at 12:00! Do your New Year’s Resolutions include staying on top of your continuing education? Lunch and Learn With Tim is here to help! How sharp are your Motion skills – Motions to Suspend, Modify, Enforce, Indemnify, or Contribute? Do you know when insurance coverage not coverage? Or an unauthorized physician authorized?…
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Case Law Update – 2019 Quarter 1

For the first quarter of 2019, the 1st DCA offers written opinions that provide for us an opportunity to recall the claimant’s burdens of proof for temporary partial disability benefits (perhaps the most misunderstood indemnity benefit), and the E/C’s affirmative defenses. The 1st DCA also wrote opinions once again on the complex “120-day rule” and…
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Case Law Update – 2019 Quarter 2

Compensability...EMA’s...one-time changes...TTD: how firmly do we know these workers’ compensation issues? Apparently, as the 1st DCA had issued new cases for the second quarter of 2019, we need a little more education. Along with estoppel, constitutionality and res judicata! But wait – there is more (from the Florida Supreme Court) – do we know where…
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Case Law Update – 2019 Quarter 3

The third calendar quarter of 2019 provides so much for us to learn from the 1st DCA and its workers’ compensation cases: When will an attorney be sanctioned for signing a Motion for Protective Order? When can claimant’s forego job searches and still receive TPD benefits? Or refuse a job offer and still receive TPD?…
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