Workers’ compensation — Petition for writ of prohibition to disqualify Judge of Compensation Claims dismissed as moot where JCC left office and would no longer preside over petitioners’ petitions for benefits — Request that court reverse all of the prior JCC’s interlocutory orders upon which claims of bias were based and require current JCC to revisit those orders is not properly raised in petition for writ of prohibition
43 Fla. L. Weekly D1436a
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