If your worker's compensation claim is in New England, you need to contact an attorney to discuss what can be done with that case. A Florida worker's compensation case can only be heard before a judge of compensation claims, they have exclusive jurisdiction.
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The simple answer to your question is no. Worker's Compensation statutes are all state-specific and they're usually adjudicated by hearing officers outside of the regular court system, at most levels below the Court of Appeals.
You need to hire counsel in the state where your claim lies. It will almost certainly be necessary for you to return to that state for any hearings or independent medical examinations which may be requested.
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No. The Federal Court will not hear your state WC claim unless there is a US Constitutional issue. And even then you will have to completely litigate your WC claim in the affected state before you can appeal to the Federal venue.
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