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Fort Lauderdale Workers Compensation Lawyers

Workers Compensation Lawyers Fort Lauderdale  are on the job Injury lawyers for Fort Lauderdale, Coral Springs, Davie, Hollywood, Pembroke Pines, Pompano , Deerfield and Boca Raton

Fort Lauderdale Workers Compensation Hearings

4500 Florida 7 Lauderdale Lakes, FL 33319‎
(954) 714-3400

 Important Information

OJCC's West Palm Beach District Office is moving…
Effective April 1, 2013, the West Palm Beach district office address will be:

One Clearlake Centre, Suite 200
250 S. Australian Avenue
West Palm Beach, Florida 33401
Phone: 561-650-1040

RULE 60Q-6.123
Chapter 60Q-6.123
A change to Florida Administrative Code Chapter 60Q-6 has been filed for adoption and will become effective on 2/28/13

Notice of Proposed Rule

Notice of Rule Amendment
The purpose of the amendment is to remove language that was inadvertently included in the rule and is not necessary to the adjudication of workers compensation appeals.

Child Support Changes
Effective December 1, 2012, The Department of Revenue will not provide child support arrearage information. The new process is similar, but the request should be made by filing a request with the OJCC. See details

Judge Langham's Blog
Deputy Chief Judge Langham discusses system upgrades to OJCC's electronic filing application, the 2012 OJCC/Florida Bar Judge and Mediator Survey and other topics.

This is the official website of the Florida Office of the Judges of Compensation Claims (OJCC). The OJCC is part of the Division of Administrative Hearings (DOAH). The OJCC is responsible for adjudicating disputes over workers� compensation benefits. This site provides information and tools that are useful in these disputes.

The OJCC operates seventeen District Offices in Florida. Each Judge of Compensation Claims is appointed by the Governor for a four year term, based upon the recommendation of the Statewide Judicial Nominating Commission.

The purpose of this website is to provide general guidance, not legal advice. No personnel of the OJCC are permitted to provide legal advice. This site provides links to various statutory authorities (Chapter 440, Florida Statutes, and Chapter 90, Florida Statutes), which pertain to claims for workers' compensation benefits. The Rules of Procedure for Workers…Compensation Adjudications, and helpful forms are also available on this website. Trial decisions of the Judges of Compensation Claims can be searched by topic, and orders issued in cases are accessible in the case docket which can be located using the case search function.

Further information about the OJCC and how to use this site is provided in the "Representing Yourself" page.

The OJCC P.O. Box has been discontinued. This action is in response to ever-decreasing volumes of incoming documents in paper form, and in the interest of efficiently using the States financial resources. All documents must be e-filed using eJCC at www.fljcc.org/ejcc, unless filed by a party who is not represented by an attorney. Fla. Admin. Code 60Q-6.108(1)(a). Unrepresented parties must file all documents with the OJCC clerk at 1180 Apalachee Parkway, Suite A, Tallahassee , Florida 32301-4574 or by facsimile at 850-487-0724. The post office has advised us that mail forwarding from the old P.O. Box will suffer a delay of approximately five days because of their forwarding process. Documents sent to District Offices in violation of the rules may be subject to processing delays or rejection.

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