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Deputy wins worker's comp case

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Insurer wanted to deny claim

By Lou Elliott Jones, Editor

Retired Levy County Sheriff's Deputy Herman Allen of Cedar Key has won an appeal of his claim for worker's compensation to cover him for an accident that he said was in the line of duty. 

Allen was on his way to work in Bronson on State Road 24 in  the early morning darkness of Feb. 11, 2013, when he came upon a tractor-trailer parked partially in his traffic lane and the right of way about four miles west of the Otter Creek. 


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