2013 Florida Statutes
Exemption of workers’ compensation from chapter 120.
Waiver of exemption.
Election of exemption; revocation of election; notice; certification.
Failure to secure compensation; effect.
When corporate officer rejects chapter; effect.
When a corporate officer rejects chapter, effect.
Law enforcement officer, firefighter, emergency medical technician, or paramedic; when acting within the course of employment.
Special requirements for compensability; deviation from employment; subsequent intervening accidents.
Mental and nervous injuries.
Liability for compensation.
Legislative intent; drug-free workplaces.
Drug-free workplace program requirements.
Employer workplace safety program in ratesetting; program requirements; rulemaking.
Building permits; identification of minimum premium policy.
Competitive bidder; civil actions.
Prohibited activities; reports; penalties; limitations.
Fraud reports; civil immunity; criminal penalties.
Civil remedies; administrative penalties.
Department powers to enforce employer compliance with coverage requirements.
Investigatory records relating to workers’ compensation employer compliance; confidentiality.
Exclusiveness of liability.
Time for commencement and limits on weekly rate of compensation.
Medical records and reports; identifying information in employee medical bills; confidentiality.
Medical services and supplies; penalty for violations; limitations.
Investigatory records relating to workers’ compensation managed care arrangements; confidentiality.
Workers’ compensation managed care arrangement.
Determination of pay.
Compensation for disability.
Compensation for death.
Guardian for minor or incompetent.
Notice of injury or death; reports; penalties for violations.
Time bars to filing petitions for benefits.
Employee Assistance and Ombudsman Office.
Procedure for resolving benefit disputes.
Alternate dispute resolution; claim arbitration.
Time for payment of compensation and medical bills; penalties for late payment.
Coercion of employees.
Workers’ compensation system guide.
Authorization of collective bargaining agreement.
Assignment and exemption from claims of creditors.
Compensation a lien against assets.
Enforcement of compensation orders; penalties.
Procedures for mediation and hearings.
Appeal of order of judge of compensation claims.
Access to courts through state video teleconferencing network.
Modification of orders.
Procedure before the judge of compensation claims.
Cost in proceedings brought without reasonable ground.
Powers of judges of compensation claims.
Attorney’s fees; costs.
Reporting of attorney’s fees.
Record of injury or death.
Security for compensation; insurance carriers and self-insurers.
Application for coverage; reporting payroll; payroll audit procedures; penalties.
Florida Self-Insurers Guaranty Association, Incorporated.
Public records and public meetings exemptions.
Individual self-insurers’ insolvency; conservation; liquidation.
Compensation for injuries when third persons are liable.
Substitution of carrier for employer.
Insurance policies; liability.
Workers’ compensation; staff organization.
Code of Judicial Conduct.
Office of the Judges of Compensation Claims.
Limitation of liability for subsequent injury through Special Disability Trust Fund.
Reemployment of injured workers; rehabilitation.
Workers’ Compensation Administration Trust Fund.
Expenses of administration.
Reports from self-insurers; confidentiality.
Registration of insurance carriers; notice of cancellation or expiration of policy; suspension or revocation of authority.
Examination and investigation of carriers and claims-handling entities.
Effect of unconstitutionality.
Violation of child labor law.
Proceedings against state.
Authorization for individual self-insurer to provide coverage.
Workers’ compensation group self-insurance fund application disclosure.
Administrative procedure; rulemaking authority.
Application of laws.