Workers’ Compensation for Delivery Driver Injuries

In Florida, as in all other states, most employers are required to maintain workers’ compensation insurance for their employees.

There are a few exceptions that exempt certain employers from this requirement, but on the whole the majority of employers are required by law to cover their employees in the event of an on-the-job injury. Read More

Florida Workers’ Compensation Claims and Non-Legal Employees

Reporting A Florida Workers’ Compensation Injury Or Illness

In Florida, in most cases, workers who are injured on the job are entitled to workers’ compensation. The workers’ compensation law cover injuries from either a single accident or an injury that develops over time from performing repetitive job activities. Generally, workers’ compensation benefits are available even if the employee was partly or totally responsible for causing the injury, as long as the injury was caused by work-related activities. Read More

Unlicensed Contractors Nabbed in Craigslist Scheme

Authorities in Pasco County, working together with the Florida Division of Workers Compensation recently nabbed nine unlicensed contractors by advertising on Craigslist. The ads described work that requires a contractor’s license in Florida, such as roofing, air conditioning repair and installing windows and doors. When the “contractors” gave the investigators written estimates, but could not produce a contractor’s license, he or she were arrested. Read More

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