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|June 25, 2019||69L-3.009, F.A.C. Injuries that Qualify as Grievous Bodily Harm of a Nature that Shocks the Conscience. Rule 69L-3.009|
|August 14, 2019||WCI Conference DWC Breakout Presentation|
|The Florida Division of Workers' Compensation recently participated in the 74th Annual Workers' Compensation Educational Conference with the Workers' Compensation Institute, in Orlando, Florida. The Division's breakout session included the following topics: Legislative and Rule Updates, Opportunities for Industry Improvement, Medical Services Updates, and Performance of the Workers’ Compensation System. If you were unable to attend or would like to view the presentations, click here. Please contact Brittany O'Neil at 850-413-1927 with any questions.|
|CANCELLED||Three-Member Panel Meeting|
|The Florida Department of Financial Services, Division of Workers' Compensation announces a public meeting of the Three-Member Panel that will be held on Monday, February 18, 2019, beginning at 1:00 p.m. in room 116 of the J. Edwin Larson Building located at 200 East Gaines Street, Tallahassee, Florida. This public meeting, to which all are invited, has been convened to facilitate the Panel's consideration of the following items:
Links to meeting materials:
Notice of this public meeting appeared in Volume 45, Number 26 of the of the Florida Administrative Register, published on February 7, 2019.
|December 3, 2018||Maximum Workers' Compensation Rate, Effective January 1, 2019|
|The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity has determined the statewide average weekly wage paid by employers subject to the Florida Reemployment Assistance Program Law to be $939.41 for the four calendar quarters ending June 30, 2018.
Section 440.12(2), Florida Statutes (2018), expressly provides that, for injuries occurring on or after August 1, 1979, the weekly compensation rate shall be equal to 100 percent of the statewide average weekly wage, adjusted to the nearest dollar, and that the average weekly wage determined by the Department of Economic Opportunity for the four calendar quarters ending each June 30 shall be used in determining the maximum weekly compensation rate with respect to injuries occurring in the calendar year immediately following.
Accordingly, the maximum weekly compensation rate for work-related injuries and illnesses occurring on or after January 1, 2019, shall be $939.00.
2019 Max Comp Rate Bulletin