Monthly Archives: September 2013

Problems with Florida’s Workers’ Comp System

Florida’s workers’ comp system has some unique problems. One of the chief issues with the Florida system is the requirement that all treatment for work-related injuries be performed by doctors preauthorized by your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance carrier. Besides the obvious unpleasantness of having to forego treatment with a doctor you know and trust and […]

How to Spot if You’ve Been Wrongfully Terminated

Wrongful termination does not mean simply being terminated unfairly, for a nonsensical reason or for no reason at all. It means being terminated in violation of a recognized legal right, whether created by law or through a private contract. Unfortunately, this means that if your employer fires you out of personal animosity or to open […]

How Employers Try to Avoid Paying Workers’ Comp

Despite the civil liability protection they receive under the workers’ compensation system, many employers — or more often their insurers — seem willing to do anything it takes to minimize benefits or avoid payment altogether. Unfortunately in these cases, the burden often falls to you as the claimant to overcome these challenges before you can […]

How Employers Try to Avoid Paying Workers’ Comp

Despite the civil liability protection they receive under the workers’ compensation system, many employers — or more often their insurers — seem willing to do anything it takes to minimize benefits or avoid payment altogether. Unfortunately in these cases, the burden often falls to you as the claimant to overcome these challenges before you can […]

Workplace Injury: Not Ready For Work

For workers injured on the job in Florida, most employers are required to provide workers’ compensation insurance. This program provides medical, wage loss and other benefits in the event of injury. If injured, you might not be able to return to the work you did before, but your doctor says you can — what happens […]

Workplace Injury: Not Ready For Work

For workers injured on the job in Florida, most employers are required to provide workers’ compensation insurance. This program provides medical, wage loss and other benefits in the event of injury. If injured, you might not be able to return to the work you did before, but your doctor says you can — what happens […]

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