Florida Division of Workers' Compensation

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Description The mission of the Florida Division of Workers' Compensation is to actively ensure the self-execution of the workers’ compensation system through educating and informing all stakeholders in the system of their rights and responsibilities, compiling and monitoring system data, and holding parties accountable for meeting their obligations.
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