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Florianman kleinman

Insurance Defense at statue of liberty
Phone 8053878605 ext 2
Email flofloflo@floflo.com
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Address 123 moliere avenue
thousand oaks
CA, 91360

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Workers' Compensation News

WVirginia Businesses Sued for No Comp 02/07/2003
State: Natl. | Segment: Top | 26 | 0
The West Virginia state Bureau of Employment Programs recently filed lawsuits against five state employers whose accounts with the agency's Workers' Compensation Division and Unemployment Compensation Division are in default. Injunctions were filed in Kanawha County Circuit Court against ...Read More
Wellstone Had no Comp, But State Picks up Tab 02/05/2003
State: Natl. | Segment: Top | 45 | 0
The Minnesota Star Tribune reports, with a bit of irony, that when the late Sen. Paul Wellstone's plane crashed, with several reelection campaign staffers on board, there was no worker's compensation insurance. No worries for the campaign and those otherwise responsible - the bulk of the lia...Read More
W.V. Bill Would Create New Division, "Dictatorship 02/05/2003
State: Natl. | Segment: Top | 27 | 0
The Charleston Gazette reports that a pending plan to fix that West Virginia's very troubled workers' compensation system would separate the Workers' Compensation Division from the Bureau of Employment Programs and become its own department. The Senate bill is generating controversy in the s...Read More
Wausau to be Primary Sponsor of Olympic Skater 02/03/2003
State: Natl. | Segment: Top | 20 | 0
Wausau Insurance Friday announced it will become the primary corporate sponsor of U.S. Olympic Gold Medal speedskater Casey FitzRandolph, a native of Verona, Wisconsin. Wausau Insurance President and Chief Operating Officer Joe Gilles formally announced the four-year sponsorship commitment...Read More
W.V. Senate Still Debating Reform Plan 01/31/2003
State: Natl. | Segment: Top | 26 | 0
The West Virginia Senate failed to make any progress Tuesday on SB123, the pending bill intended to keep the state's Workers' Compensation program from going broke. Business and labor representatives could not reach agreement on how to share the $1.5 billion cost to bring solvency to the p...Read More
WA L&I Launches Ergonomics Ideas Bank 01/31/2003
State: Natl. | Segment: Top | 55 | 0
The Washington Department of Labor and Industries (L&I) has launched the Ergonomics Ideas Bank, a searchable collection of ideas for preventing workplace injuries and improving job safety and health. The web-based "bank" contains ideas for reducing heavy lifting, awkward postures, hig...Read More
WARE and WCB Alberta Finish Internet Reporting 01/29/2003
State: Natl. | Segment: Top | 25 | 0
WARE Solutions Corporation (TSX-V:WSN) and the Workers' Compensation Board of Alberta announce the completion of a successful trial and the production launch of an Internet-based electronic reporting and invoicing system. This important milestone represents another first-to-market advantag...Read More
WV Work Comp Medical Bills = $900M 01/29/2003
State: Natl. | Segment: Top | 55 | 0
The West Virginia Sunday Gazette Mail obtained documentation detailing $900.6 million the Workers' Compensation Division paid to medical vendors over the past 5 years, noting a 39 percent in the last two years.The paper says that in 2002 more than 45 percent of all benefits paid went to medi...Read More
WY Passes Deductible Bill 01/27/2003
State: Natl. | Segment: Top | 24 | 0
A Wyoming bill passed Friday will permit employers in good standing with state Workers' Compensation to pay voluntary deductibles that will reduce their work comp premiums. HB 154 allows select employers to pay a deductible per worker in exchange for a lower premium. The size of the reductio...Read More
WA State Injury Rates Decline Another 8.4% 01/27/2003
State: Natl. | Segment: Top | 149 | 0
Washington's job sites were safer in 2001, continuing a trend that began nearly a decade ago, according to survey results released by the Department of Labor and Industries. The survey showed that 7.6 out of every 100 full-time workers in Washington suffered a job-related injury or illness ...Read More
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