The Statute of Limitation in Florida Workers’ Compensation
In Florida, the statute of limitations for filing a workers’ compensation claim is two years from the date of the accident or illness that caused the injury or disability. This means that an injured worker must file their claim within two years of the incident that caused their injury or disability, or they may lose […]
How do I notice a Florida workers’ compensation injury to my employer and how long do I have to do so?
In Florida, employees who have been injured while performing their job duties are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. These benefits may include coverage for medical expenses, lost wages, and even compensation for pain and suffering. However, in order to receive these benefits, it’s important to follow the proper procedures and notify your employer of your […]
An intro to Florida Workers’ Compensation
Florida workers’ compensation is a program designed to protect employees who suffer injuries or illnesses related to their job. The program provides medical and wage replacement benefits to workers who are injured on the job. In Florida, workers’ compensation is a no-fault system, which means that workers do not have to prove that their employer […]
What does it mean to be Board Certified in Workers’ Compensation by the Florida Bar?
In Florida, board certification in workers’ compensation law is an important recognition of an attorney’s expertise and experience in this area of law. This certification is offered by the Florida Bar, and it requires attorneys to meet rigorous standards in order to earn the designation. Board certification is a significant achievement that can help clients […]