Idaho Criminal Laws and Rules Annotated

An essential reference for criminal law practitioners with comprehensive coverage of Idaho criminal laws and procedure. Includes a handy overview of Idaho Criminal Procedure Law Guidelines.
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Idaho Criminal Laws and Rules Annotated is a convenient desktop reference with comprehensive coverage of criminal laws and rules. Coverage includes the entirety of Title 18 (Crimes & Punishments) and Title 19 (Criminal Procedure), Title 20. Chapter 5 Juvenile & Corrections Act and other selected related laws. It features case and statutory annotations and a comprehensive index, all in a single volume. It also includes Criminal Procedure Law guidelines which offer a concise overview of constitutional criminal procedure law in the State of Idaho with an emphasis on Fourth and Fifth Amendment cases.

The Reference You Need for the Reality of Fast-Paced Criminal Law Practice. Single-volume convenience and currency meet the needs of criminal law practitioners and law enforcement officials for fast, accessible reference on Idaho criminal laws and procedure. The case and statutory annotations and a comprehensive index make this the handy go-to resource you’ll use daily. No matter the client or the crime—it’s all in this desktop volume.

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Table of Contents

COMPENSABILITY OF ACCIDENTS; ARISING OUT OF, COURSE AND SCOPE OF EMPLOYMENT AND THE 120-DAY RULE
Christopher J. Smith, Tampa, Amended by Ricardo Morales, Doral,
Philip R. Augustine, Orlando, W. Rogers Turner, Jr., Winter Park


PART I:
I. Overview
II. Coverage: The Statutory Provisions
III. Arising Out Of
IV. Course and Scope of Employment
V. Special Requirements Regarding the Determination of Course of Employment
VI. Repetitive Trauma
VII. Occupational Disease
VIII. Idiopathic Falls and Increased Hazard of Injury

PART II:
I. The 120 Day Rule
II. Statutory Provisions
III. Result of Failure to Deny Denial: Case Law Summary
III. When the 120-Day Period Begins
IV. Material Facts Relevant to the Issue of Compensability
V. When the 120-Day Rule Does Not Apply
VI. Summary of the Interplay Between the 120-Day Rule and MCC

THE EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP, EMPLOYEE LEASING COMPANIES, COVERED AND EXCLUDED EMPLOYMENT, DEFENSES TO CLAIMS AND FRAUD
Alan D. Kalinoski, Orlando, Amended by Thomas P. Vecchio, Lakeland,
W. Rogers Turner, Jr., Orlando, Mark W. Ingram, Sarasota, Kenneth M. Hesser, Ocala

I. The Employer-Employee Relationship
II. Defenses to Claims
III. Statute of Limitations

AVERAGE WEEKLY WAGE & INDEMNITY BENEFITS (OTHER THAN PTD)
Richard S. Thompson, Sarasota, Amended by Mark A. Touby, Coral Gables,
Joanne M. Prescott, Orlando, John J. Rahaim II, Jacksonville,
Heather Byrer Carbone, Jacksonville, Paul M. Anderson, Tallahassee

Average Weekly Wage
I. Statutory Definitions
II. Statutory Guide for Calculation
III. Case Law Interpretation

Indemnity Issues (Other than PTD)
I. Temporary Disability Benefits
II. Temporary Total Disability Benefits
III. Temporary Partial Disability Benefits
IV. Permanent Partial Disability Benefits
V. Penalties
VI. Interest

EXPOSURE, OCCUPATIONAL DISEASE AND REPETITIVE TRAUMA
Neal L. Ganon, Fort Lauderdale, Amended by Michael J. Winer, Tampa,
Alan D. Kalinoski, Orlando

I. Exposure
II. Occupational Diseases: §440.151
III. Repetitive Trauma

GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES AND PRESUMPTIONS
Thomas P. Vecchio, Orlando, Kelli Biferie Hastings, Orlando
Amended by Alan D. Kalinoski, Orlando, Tonya A. Oliver, New Port Richey,
Paolo Longo, Maitland, George A. Helm, III, Lake Mary

I. The Presumption Statutes
II. The Protected Classes
III. Pre-Employment Physical
IV. Covered Conditions
V. Disability
VI. Rebutting the Presumption
VII. Statute of Limitations
VIII. Interesting Dates
IX. Miscellaneous
X. 2010 Legislative Changes
XI. 2007 Legislative Changes

EMPLOYER’S LIABILITY, IMMUNITY, AGUILERA,
BAD FAITH AND RICO CLAIMS

William H. Rogner, Orlando, Amended by Thomas A. Moore, Orlando
Thomas Neal McAliley, Miami, Gerald A. Rosenthal, West Palm Beach,
Donald S. Bennett, Tampa, Thomas P. Vecchio, Lakeland

I. The Trade-Off: A Brief History of Workers’ Compensation
II. Workers’ Compensation Insurance Policies & Coverage
III. Employer’s Liability Due to Estoppel
IV. Employer’s Liability Based on Grounds for Denial
V. Employer’s Liability Practice Points
VI. Other Employer’s Liability Part II Cases
VII. Intentional Torts during the Claims Handling Process
VIII. Ethical Considerations

PERMANENT TOTAL DISABILITY
James M. Hess, Maitland, Jeffrey R. Hussey, Maitland, James H. Smith, Tampa
Amended by Michael D. Rudolph, Jacksonville, Nisha Desai Waranch, Orlando,
Joanne M. Prescott, Orlando

I. Florida Permanent Total Disability – A History
II. Permanent Total Disability from July 1, 1994 through September 30, 2003
III. Permanent Total Disability after October 1, 2003

MEDICAL BENEFITS, MANAGED CARE AND REHABILITATION BENEFITS
Dawn R. Traverso, Miami, Amended by H. George Kagan, West Palm Beach
M. Kemmerly Thomas, Tallahassee, Richard B. Berman, Fort Lauderdale,
Christopher L. Petruccelli, Tampa, Karen J. Cullen, Orlando

I. Remedial and Palliative Care
II. Diagnostic Testing
III. Chiropractic Care and Treatment
IV. Emergency Medical Care
V. General Statute of Limitations on the Provision of Medical Care
VI. Payment of Medical Bills
VII. Ex-Parte Contacts with Treating Physicians
VIII. Nursing Services and Attendant Care
IX. Out of State Medical Care
X. Treatment of Non-Related Conditions
XI. Medically Necessary Housing
XII. Medically Necessary Vehicle
XIII. Doctor Authorization – Self Help
XIV. Other Special Rules
XV. Initial Provision of Treatment
XVI. One Time Change of Physician 440.13(2)(f)
XVII. Independent Medical Examinations (IME)
XVIII. Expert Medical Advisors
XIX. Control of Choice of Treating Physician
XX. Medical Management and Vocational Rehabilitation
XXI. Utilization Review
XXII. Guides of Maximum Reimbursement
XXIII. Managed Care
XXIV. Emergency Conferences

TRIAL PRACTICE AND PROCEDURES, MOTIONS AND SANCTIONS
Jeffrey I. Jacobs, Judge of Compensation Claims, Miami, Henry H. Harnage, Judge of
Compensation Claims (Retired), Miami and Steven P. Kronenberg, Miami
Amended by Laurie Thrower Miles, Lakeland, Ellen H. Lorenzen, Judge of Compensation
Claims, Tampa, Mark A. Massey, Judge of Compensation Claims, Tampa, Dawn R. Traverso,
Miami, Mark A. Touby, Coral Gables, Ricardo Morales, Miami, Frank Clark, Judge of
Compensation Claims, Fort Myers, Daniel A. Lewis, Judge of Compensation Claims, Fort
Lauderdale, Michael G. Srebnick, Sunrise, Russell H. Young, Sarasota

I. Introduction
II. Jurisdiction
III. Venue
IV. Pleadings
V. Mediation
VI. Discovery (60Q-6.114)
VII. Motion Practice (60Q-6.115)
VIII. Pretrial Stipulation
IX. Final Hearings
X. Final Order
XI. Expedited Hearing pursuant to F. S. 440.25(h) and 60Q-6.119
XII. Emergency Hearing pursuant to 440.25(4)(f) and Rule 60Q-6.117
XIII. Summary Final Order (60Q-6.120)
XIV. Contribution and Apportionment
XV. Dismissal
XVI. Modification of Orders (F. S. 440.28)
XVII. Settlement
XVIII. Sanctions (F.S. 440.32; 60Q-6.125)
XIX. Disqualification/Recusal of JCC (60Q-6.126)
XX. Final Hearings from the Judge’s Perspective

ATTORNEY’S FEES AND COSTS PURSUANT TO SECTION 440.34, FLORIDA STATUTES
Richard A. Sicking, Coral Gables, Glen D. Wieland, Orlando
Amended by Michael J. Winer, Tampa, W. Rogers Turner, Jr., Winter Park,
Cheryl L. Wilke, Fort Lauderdale, H. George Kagan, West Palm Beach,
Mark A. Touby, Coral Gables, William H. Rogner, Orlando

I. Entitlement to E/C Paid Attorney’s Fees
II. Entitlement to Attorney’s Fees from Claimant
III. Amount of Fees
IV. Fees as a Sanction
V. Costs
VI. Settlement Agreements

MAJOR CONTRIBUTING CAUSE, AGGRAVATION, APPORTIONMENT,
ALLOCATION AND EXAMINATION OF MEDICAL EXPERTS

H. George Kagan, West Palm Beach Amended by Christopher L. Petruccelli,
Tampa, Glen D. Wieland, Orlando, Keith R. Pallo, Miami, Karen M. Gilmartin, Miami Lakes
I. Major Contributing Cause
II. Major Contributing Cause from Closest Maid and Beyond
III. Major Contributing Cause – Other Decisions of Interest
IV. Review
V. Examination of Experts
VI. Allocation and Apportionment

DEATH AND DEPENDENCY
Esther Zapata Ruderman, West Palm Beach Amended by Henry J. Roman, Miami,
C. Bradley Hall, Jr., Sarasota, Gina Case, Sarasota, Alexander Blanco, Miami

I. Procedure
II. Benefit Amounts
III. Tuition & Retraining
IV. Funeral Benefits
V. Dependency
VI. Spouses
VII. Children
VIII. Parents
IX. Brothers, Sisters, Grandchildren
X. Suicide
XI. Undocumented Workers
XII. Lien upon Recovery for Wrongful Death

CHAPTER 60Q-6 RULES

CHAPTER 440 - FLORIDA STATUTES

TABLES

I. Florida Workers’ Compensation Maximum Compensation Rate Table