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An employee has not completed their new hire paper work. However, they will be "auditioning their skills" to their prospective employer to see if they can do the job. While "auditioning" they get hurt. The question is, under Florida Workers Compensation are they considered an "employee" and would the injury be covered under Workers Compensation

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yr_paralegal2012 said...

An employee has not completed their new hire paper work. However, they will be "auditioning their skills" to their prospective employer to see if they can do the job. While "auditioning" they get hurt. The question is, under Florida Workers Compensation are they considered an "employee" and would the injury be covered under Workers Compensation

I would assume so. For clarification, you may wish to consult with a Local Florida Workers' Compensation Law Lawyer.

Best of luck.

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