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 first two were "per curium" decisions. According to Wikipedia*, this means that they are decisions of "the court (or at least, a majority of the court)" and are anonymous.
In Brevard County School Board v. Acosta, the Court elucidated on the "hindrance to recovery" ...
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