Workers' comp reform bill passes Florida's House of Representatives


In a vote of 20 to 9, the Florida House of Representatives passed a bill on Thursday that would alter the state’s workers’ compensation laws.

The 34-page bill, which had been impeded on multiple occasions, was reintroduced to the House with several new amendments. Should the bill be signed into law, it will affect a number of different statutes including but not limited to attorney fee schedules, the extension of benefit periods, the program’s enrollment process and medical reimbursement.

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