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Fee Limits Ruled Unlawful in Florida Workers’ Comp Cases

July 20 2016

In a long-awaited decision, the Florida Supreme Court ruled in Marvin Castellanos v. Next Door Company, et al. that the limitations on attorneys’ fees awarded under Florida’s workers’ Compensation statute violates the due process clause of both the Florida and United States Constitutions. As a result of this holding, attorneys are no longer limited to fees based exclusively on a percentage of the benefits actually secured.  They may now be awarded an hourly fee for time and effort reasonably expended on litigating workers’ compensation benefits.

To read the full blog, please visit:  http://blog.hrusa.com/blog/fee-limits-ruled-unlawful-in-florida-workers-comp-cases/