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Senate 2280: Relating to Workers' Compensation [CPSC] ------------------------------------------------------------------

S2280    GENERAL BILL by Gelber  (Compare H 1489, CS/CS/S 2072)
Workers' Compensation [CPSC]; Deletes provisions prohibiting payments
for services in connection with a worker's compensation claim which are
not approved by a judge of compensation claims. Deletes provisions
prohibiting such judge from approving the payment of attorney's fees in
excess of certain amounts. Provides that ch. 440, F.S., does not impair
the right of a claimant to contract with an attorney, etc. EFFECTIVE
DATE: 07/01/2009.
02/26/09 SENATE Filed
03/10/09 SENATE Referred to Banking and Insurance; Judiciary; General
                  Government Appropriations; Rules -SJ 00180
03/19/09 SENATE Introduced -SJ 00180
05/02/09 SENATE Indefinitely postponed and withdrawn from consideration; Died
                  in Committee on Banking and Insurance


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0440.105
0440.34
0440.491


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