State High Court hears Arguments in Workers Comp Constitutionality Case


The Florida Supreme Court on Wednesday heard oral arguments in a case that questions whether the state's workers compensation system is an adequate exclusive remedy for injured workers.

Unlike two other workers comp cases pending before the state Supreme Court, which question the adequacy of a 104-week cap on temporary disability benefits and whether the attorney fee provision hinders an injured worker's ability to obtain legal representation, Daniel Stahl v. Hialeah Hospital challenges the system as a whole.

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