Welcome to the Workers' Compensation Section Home Page.
Your Executive Council has created this site in an effort to encourage and facilitate communication and exchange of ideas among the members of our Section. Enjoy! The purpose of the Workers' Compensation Section is to provide an organization within The Florida Bar open to all members in good standing who have a common interest in workers' compensation law. The Section provides a forum for discussion and exchange of ideas leading to the improvement of individual trial abilities in workers' compensation cases.
Send mail with questions or comments about this web site to:
Richard J Manno, Esq.
1099 W. Morse Blvd.
Winter Park, FL., 32789
The Director of the Workers’ Compensation Unit provides supervisory administrative and legal work coordinating and overseeing the assignments and work product of staff attorneys assigned to the unit. Consistent with court policy, the Director develops procedures for efficient processing of all workers’ compensation cases filed with the court, assists in adopting means to implement those policies. The Court’s goal is to have workers’ compensation cases resolved expeditiously, and to achieve decision uniformity. To achieve these goals, the Director reviews and has responsibility for all documents produced by the workers’ compensation unit. The Director reports to the Chief Judge and participates in senior staff meetings and court conferences as required. The Director, as a member of the unit, will analyze cases, prepare summaries with recommendations, and draft opinions based on the analyses. The number of cases prepared by the Director will be adjusted to allow time for necessary administrative and unit oversight responsibilities.
Salary is $86,130.00
Please submit State of Florida Employment Application along with resume and transcripts to:
First District Court of Appeal
State of Florida
2000 Drayton Drive
Tallahassee, FL 32399-0950
September 25, 2015.at 5:00 p.m.
E.O.E. If an accommodation is needed to participate in the interview process, please call (850) 488-8136 in advance. All employees of the Court are subject to background and fingerprint check.