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If I quit my job because I do not feel I am able to perform, will I still receive medical benefits?

This is a question that we hear quite frequently. The short answer is that if you are injured on the job in Florida and are getting workers' compensation benefits, you are not locked into your current employment. Regardless of your employment status, working, not working, found a different job, or are not physically able to perform your prior job, your medical benefits are legally supposed to continue with your workers' compensation carrier.

What to consider before your child attends a pool party

Pool parties are great fun for kids of all ages, and it's likely that your child will be invited to several pool parties in Florida to celebrate the birthdays of friends. Swimming is a great way for children to engage in a fun form of exercise while learning an important skill. However, swimming pools can present certain hazards, and you should be aware of these before your child attends their first pool party.

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