For some reason, I have found myself thinking of great comedians this week (veiled reference to the loss of one of America's greatest last Sunday). I am always a fan of those that make me laugh. One that ... Read More
Pursuant to section 204 of the SMART Act, within 18 months of the enactment of the SMART Act (which is July 10, 2014), CMS was required to modify MMSEA Section 111 Reporting Requirements so that a ... Read More
In May, the Fiscal Times reported that Social Security Disability is in financial trouble. Hardly news, that has been heard for years and has been either ignored or given lip service. No real solutions have ... Read More
Some cases worth reading came out of the Florida First District Court of Appeal ("DCA") this week. A couple were noted in the workers' compensation newswires, but an interesting one was not. The ... Read More
Disclaimer: WorkersCompensation.com publishes independently generated writings from a variety of workers’ compensation industry stakeholders. The opinions expressed are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of WorkersCompensation.com.
Final or Not There is a recurring challenge in Florida workers' compensation, the finality of a "final" order. The topic seemingly frustrates the most seasoned attorneys periodically. The challenge relates to the nature ...