In Dilallo v. Sch. Bd. of Broward Cnty./OptaComp, d/a 4/16/12, 13-16388, Judge Hogan held that an idiopathic fall on employer premises before reaching the elevator to her office to start work was compensable under the premises rule. “[A]n injury is deemed to have occurred in the course and scope of employment if it is sustained by a worker, on the employer’s premises, while preparing to begin a day’s work or while doing other acts which are preparatory or incidental to performance of his or her duties, and which are reasonably necessary for such purpose.” Vigliotti v. K-Mart, 1st DCA. JCC rejected E/C argument that Caputo and Walker required that claimant was actively engaged in work at the time of the idiopathic fall.