It seems fine to me is the only sentence which makes sense.
It seems to me fine.
The word fine is an adjective and must be attached to a verb. "It seems to be fine" is correct, "it looks good to me fine" is incorrect (I've replaced "seems" with "looks good" to highlight why this sentence is wrong).
It occurred good to me
This is also wrong, even though the sentence uses the verb to occur!
Things can't "occur good", in the same way things can't "love good" or "run good". It could occur suddenly to you, because suddenly is an adverb and not an adjective.
Why is to occur different than to seem? Only verbs which describe a state of being can be paired with an adjective. An object can smell good, taste good, look good, and be good. Verbs which describe an activity cannot be paired with an adjective; an object cannot sing good, laugh good, break good, or go good.
It occurred to me good.
For the same reason as above, it can occur to you suddenly, but it can't occur to you good.