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Attorney Fee Ruling in Workers Comp Case Raises Questions


In the wake of a Florida appellate court ruling, workers compensation professionals in the state are pondering how to fairly compensate attorneys without inviting additional litigation and increasing claim costs.

Florida's 1st District Court of Appeal in Tallahassee ruled last week in Martha Miles v. City of Edgewater Police Department et al.that the state's workers comp law violates injured workers' “rights to free speech, free association and petition.”

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