Florida Workers’ Compensation: UNCONSTITUTIONAL! Order highlights importance of judiciary in reigning in runaway legislatures
The Bombshell from Miami-Dade County Circuit Court is no doubt reverberating throughout the halls of Tallahassee this week and will most certainly dominate discussion at the 69th Annual Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference to be hosted this week by the Workers’ Compensation […]
The week before last, I am sitting in the Florida Workers’ Compensation Forum, when one of the speakers quotes a court opinion stating that to require a certain act (irrelevant to this blog) on the part of the insurance carrier […]
We need climate change in the State of Florida. Big time! What kind of climate change you may ask? Well, I ask you this: when you think of “workers’ compensation fraud,” what comes to mind? The “injured” worker collecting a […]
I was speaking with a client today about physician choice in the healthcare system in which he finds himself, and I could sense the frustration and desperation in his voice. He is hurting….
When I first began practicing law in the mid-1990s, I was one of many young attorneys, aged 28-35, who had embarked upon a career in workers’ compensation law. In those days, the Office of…
You all know the story of the frog and the boiling water. Throw a frog into a pot of boiling water and he hops right back out. The shocking, sudden difference between the air temperature…