Sixty Seven Liquors v. Gamel, No. 56173

CourtUnited States State Supreme Court of Florida
Writing for the CourtPER CURIAM; ADKINS
Citation383 So.2d 628
PartiesSIXTY SEVEN LIQUORS et al., Petitioners, v. David Christ GAMEL et al., Respondents.
Docket NumberNo. 56173
Decision Date24 April 1980

Page 628

383 So.2d 628
SIXTY SEVEN LIQUORS et al., Petitioners,
v.
David Christ GAMEL et al., Respondents.
No. 56173.
Supreme Court of Florida.
April 24, 1980.

Certiorari to the Industrial Relations Commission.

Albert P. Massey, III, of Pyszka, Kessler & Adams, Fort Lauderdale, for petitioners.

Michael F. Kempner of Kempner & Schottenfeld, Fort Lauderdale, for respondents.

PER CURIAM.

Denied. See Strother v. Morrison Cafeteria, 383 So.2d 623 (Fla.1980).

ADKINS, Acting C. J., and BOYD, OVERTON, SUNDBERG, ALDERMAN and McDONALD, JJ., concur.

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    • United States
    • United States District Courts. 11th Circuit. United States District Courts. 11th Circuit. Southern District of Florida
    • April 12, 2011
    ...does not necessarily have to be completing a work task at the moment of injury for the injury to be compensable. See, e.g., Strother, 383 So.2d at 628 (holding employee assaulted and robbed at her home covered by workers' compensation law where robbers followed employee home from work); Jen......
  • Locke v. Suntrust Bank, No. 06-12967.
    • United States
    • U.S. Court of Appeals — Eleventh Circuit
    • April 23, 2007
    ...in the sense of causation and be in the course of employment in the sense of continuity of time, space, and circumstances." Strother, 383 So.2d at 628. The parties do not contest that the second part of Florida's test is met here, insofar as it is undisputed that Locke was shot in the face ......
  • SCOTTSDALE Ins. Co. v. GFM OPERATIONS INC., CASE NO. 10-20204-CIV-KING
    • United States
    • U.S. District Court — Southern District of Florida
    • April 12, 2011
    ...does not necessarily have to be completing a work task at the moment of injury for the injury to be compensable. See, e.g., Strother, 383 So. 2d at 628 (holding employee assaulted and robbed at her home covered by workers' compensation law where robbers followed employee home from work); Je......
  • Grand Union Co. v. Bynum, No. 821420
    • United States
    • Virginia Supreme Court of Virginia
    • September 9, 1983
    ...This latter factor may be proved by showing that the causative factors occurred during the time and space limits of employment. 383 So.2d at 628 (emphasis added). Next, the Strother court applied its legal conclusion to the facts and explained its decision to allow recovery in the following......
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  • Scottsdale Ins. Co. v. Gfm Operations Inc., Case No. 10–20204–CIV.
    • United States
    • United States District Courts. 11th Circuit. United States District Courts. 11th Circuit. Southern District of Florida
    • April 12, 2011
    ...does not necessarily have to be completing a work task at the moment of injury for the injury to be compensable. See, e.g., Strother, 383 So.2d at 628 (holding employee assaulted and robbed at her home covered by workers' compensation law where robbers followed employee home from work); Jen......
  • Locke v. Suntrust Bank, No. 06-12967.
    • United States
    • U.S. Court of Appeals — Eleventh Circuit
    • April 23, 2007
    ...in the sense of causation and be in the course of employment in the sense of continuity of time, space, and circumstances." Strother, 383 So.2d at 628. The parties do not contest that the second part of Florida's test is met here, insofar as it is undisputed that Locke was shot in the face ......
  • SCOTTSDALE Ins. Co. v. GFM OPERATIONS INC., CASE NO. 10-20204-CIV-KING
    • United States
    • U.S. District Court — Southern District of Florida
    • April 12, 2011
    ...does not necessarily have to be completing a work task at the moment of injury for the injury to be compensable. See, e.g., Strother, 383 So. 2d at 628 (holding employee assaulted and robbed at her home covered by workers' compensation law where robbers followed employee home from work); Je......
  • Grand Union Co. v. Bynum, No. 821420
    • United States
    • Virginia Supreme Court of Virginia
    • September 9, 1983
    ...This latter factor may be proved by showing that the causative factors occurred during the time and space limits of employment. 383 So.2d at 628 (emphasis added). Next, the Strother court applied its legal conclusion to the facts and explained its decision to allow recovery in the following......
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