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That’s the recent ruling from Florida’s 1st District Court of Appeals, which held (unsurprisingly) that people who are uninsured can’t suffer a loss, scramble for insurance and then assume that cost will be covered.It’s not a stunning ruling by any means, given that this is generally the way insurance works – whether it’s workers’ comp benefits or car insurance or health insurance. As noted by the Florida Division of Workers’ Compensation, pretty much all employers conducting work in the state of Florida are mandated to maintain workers’ compensation insurance for their employees, with specific requirements dictated by type of industry, organization structure and number of workers.Companies can’t avoid paying workers’ compensation and then suddenly buy in at the last minute after a work injury.Insurers would go bankrupt if this was common practice.There may be more complication to your claim than you realize – or it could be much more simple than your employer/ workers’ compensation insurer is making it sound.In the 2016 case of Jose Sorto, the plaintiff was at work on a construction site when a heavy piece of machinery ran over his foot.that morning per the contract, which was prior to the accident.

↑ Table of Contents ↑ Scheduled posts will be triggered by the first visit to your blog on or after the exact date/time you set.Companies do not need to pay insurance for workers’ comp benefits for those who are independent contractors as opposed to employees, but employee misclassification is a serious problem in Florida employment law.Some companies have been caught skirting their obligations by wrongly classifying workers as independent contractors to avoid paying workers’ compensation insurance.To backdate a post or page, edit the date before you click Publish, as described above.In this case, the button will not change to Schedule.

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