WORKER’S COMPENSATION: APPEALS: NONFINAL ORDERS: ORDER DECLINING TO RULE ON JURISDICTIONAL QUESTION BASED ON LACK OF EVIDENCE WAS NOT APPEALABLE UNDER FLA. R. APP. P. 9.180(b)(1)(A) PROVIDING FOR APPELLATE REVIEW OF NONFINAL ORDERS ADJUDICATING JURISDICTION

Bonafide Masonry v. Saxton, ___ So. 3d ___, 40 Fla. L. Weekly D586 (Fla. 1st DCA March 5, 2015)

An order of the Judge of Compensation claims, declining to rule on a jurisdictional question based on lack of evidence, was not appealable under Fla. R. App. P. 9.180(b)(1)(A), which provides for appellate review of nonfinal orders adjudicating jurisdiction. Instead of following the judge’s instructions to file an evidentiary motion, the appellant filed a premature appeal.

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