406 MIAMI BEACH TAXI CORPORATION D/B/A YELLOW CAB COMPANY AND FIDELITY CASUALTY COMPANY OF NEW YORK, PETITIONERS, v. PAUL H. GODSEY, SR., AND THE FLORIDA INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION, RESPONDENTS.

No. 38745.Supreme Court of Florida.
July 31, 1969.

Writ of Certiorari to the Florida Industrial Commission.

Lally, Miller Hodges, Miami, for petitioners.

Wolfson, Diamond Silverstein, Miami, Patrick H. Mears and J. Franklin Garner, Tallahassee, for respondents.

PER CURIAM.

By petition for a writ of certiorari we have for review an order of the Florida Industrial Commission bearing date May 21, 1969.

We find that oral argument would serve no useful purpose and it is therefore dispensed with pursuant to Florida Appellate Rule 3.10, subd. e, 32 F.S.A.

Our consideration of the petition, the record and briefs leads us to conclude that there has been no deviation from the essential requirements of law. The petition is therefore denied.

The petition for attorney’s fees filed by respondent is granted in the amount of $250.00.

ERVIN, C.J., and ROBERTS, THORNAL, CARLTON and ADKINS, JJ., concur.