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Written by attorney Kenneth Brian Schwartz | Sep 28, 2017

Stop-Work Orders in Florida for Lack of Adequate Workers' Comp Insurance Coverage

Investigators for the Florida's Dept. of Financial Services have the authority to enter enforceable stop-work orders against employers who fail to maintain adequate w/c coverage for their employees. This guide sets forth some of the Department's powers and how to proceed if you are served with one.

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Kenneth B. Schwartz, Esq., represents employers, insurance carriers, and aggrieved individuals in litigation, trials, and appeals of business and employment matters, including contract disputes, enforcement of non-compete and trade secret agreements, allegations of wrongful termination and discrimination, workers' compensation claims, Rule Nisi enforcement proceedings, resolution of stop-work orders and premium disputes, and construction defect litigation.

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