Case Law Update – 2019 Quarter 4

Case Law Update 2019 Q4 – Jan 31, 2020, at noon. The written workers’ compensation cases released by the First DCA during the fourth (4th) quarter of 2019 begin by asking – “When was the last time you went bowling – at work?” And when a case law update starts there – you know it…
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Case Law Update – 2020 Quarter 1

Case Law Update 2020 Q1 – Apr 17, 2020, at noon. During the first quarter of 2020, the 1st DCA took on some of the biggest issues in workers’ compensation today: attorney’s fees, misrepresentation, and immunity. The latest Lunch and Learn With Tim webinar will make sure you are up-to-date in these ever-changing areas. But…
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Case Law Update – 2020 Quarter 2

Case Law Update 2020 Q1 – July 24, 2020, at noon. Focus, focus, focus! This workers’ compensation case law update (for the second quarter of 2020) provides a great opportunity to focus on these central issues: permanent total disability (§ 440.15(1)), the “one-time change” in medical care (§ 440.13(2)(f)), and the “presumption” for cardiac triggers…
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Case Law Update – 2020 Quarter 3

Case Law Update 2020 Q1 – Oct 30, 2020 at noon. Focus, focus, focus! This workers’ compensation case law update (for the third quarter of 2020) provides a great opportunity to focus on issues central to current workers’ compensation claims: Evidence for surgery, evidence for TPD, evidence for “misrepresentation,” evidence for MCC, and financial limitations…
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Case Law Update – 2020 Quarter 4

Case Law Update 2020 Q4 – Jan 29, 2020 at noon. For most, the strange array of workers’ compensation case-law topics coming out of the 1st DCA during the 4th quarter of 2020 completely mirrors the crazy year it was. When must a 1st responder claim for PTSD be filed – or be barred forever?…
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Case Law Update – 2021 Quarter 1

Case Law Update 2021 Q1 – Apr 30, 2021 at noon. Construction site accidents pose so many legal challenges to the seminal issues of (1) employer, (2) employee, and (3) employment. Then, throw in a few more challenging workers’ compensation issues like proper notification of cancellation (s. 440.42(3)) and promissory estoppel, and you have the…
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Case Law Update – 2021 Quarter 2

Case Law Update 2021 Q2 – July 30, 2021 at noon. Lunch and Learn With Tim continues its quarterly review of all the workers’ compensation cases that have been published by the First District Court of Appeal and the Florida Supreme Court. What better way to spend a lunch than to feed on the latest…
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Covid-19: Answering Employment and Workers’ Compensation Questions

April 24, 2020, at noon. The employment landscape changes nearly daily when it comes to handling Covid-19 concerns, including workers’ compensation benefits:  first, with the federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA or Act); then Governor Rick DeSantis’ Executive Order 20-52; the Florida CFO’s directive 2020-05; and now the federal “Interim Guidance for Implementing Safety…
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Defining “Wage” in Florida’s Average Weekly Wage – Part 1

Wage (indemnity) benefits paid to workers injured on the job and covered by Florida’s workers’ compensation system begin with a proper and accurate “average weekly wage.” But – what exactly are “wages?” The answer is far from straight-forward or intuitive. The latest webinar from Lunch and Learn With Tim takes you through the precise method…
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Defining “Wage” in Florida’s Average Weekly Wage – Part 2

Wage (indemnity) benefits paid to workers injured on the job and covered by Florida’s workers’ compensation system begin with a proper and accurate “average weekly wage.” But – what exactly does “average” mean? Part 1 studied “wages.” Part 2 examines the “determination of pay” under § 440.14, F.S. How is an “average” calculated when employees…
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