ACKIE ORTIZ, PR - JEREMY ORTIZ vs. OFFICEMAX INCORPORATED

Final Compensation Order

An adjuster denied medical and indemnity benefits and alleged a fraud defense based on the lack of witnesses to the accident and that the claimant was injured within 15 minutes after arriving at work the day after he was denied a full time position he had applied was not valid.

The Judge of Compensation Claims, who noted that employer representatives testified that they did not believe the accident was staged, found the adjuster's defense was lacking and that the insurance company had failed to meet its burden of proof.

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Reference Info:Decision | State, 11th Circuit, Florida | United States


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