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567 So.2d 1159 (1990)
William E. FLORY, Appellant,
ALABAMA POWER COMPANY, a corporation, Appellee.
District Court of Appeal of Florida, Fifth District.
September 13, 1990.
Rehearing Denied October 29, 1990.
*1160 Edmund W. Booth, Jr. of Booth, Wade & Smith, P.A., Tallahassee, for appellant.
Arthur J. England, Jr. of Shackleford, Farrior, Stallings, Glickstein, Tampa, for appellee.
This is an appeal by the appellant, William E. Flory, from a workers' compensation order of the Department of Labor and Employment Security denying benefits on the basis that it was made outside the statute of limitations. We affirm.
On July 21, 1982 Flory, while performing his duties for his employer, was injured when his hands became caught in an auger. He became comatose and was treated at the hospital for three days. A neurological surgeon performed surgery on the appellant to alleviate pressure on the brain. At the time of the accident, Flory was wearing a safety belt. He was an experienced tractor driver and had no previous history of neurological deficits.
Flory filed a workers' compensation claim. It was treated by the insurer and by the division for a period of time. After he became unemployable, he filed a claim with the division.
A questionnaire was sent to a neurosurgeon who had treated Flory. The neurosurgeon responded: "After a review of the records, I agree with the attached neurologic findings." The attached neurologic findings were the report and recommendations of a neurologist who performed a second neurological examination on the appellant after the accident. The findings indicated that there was little chance of improvement. The report also stated that the injury may cause permanent disability.
The employer responded to the claim by contesting the condition of the injury and any compensation due. It later denied the claim, alleging that it was filed outside the statute of limitations. The medical consultant agreed with the denial and supported it by affidavit.
At the hearing, the employer supported the denial with the neurosurgeon's affidavit. The neurosurgeon 0b46394aab