Leading Insurance Publication, Workers' Comp EXECUTIVE, Releases List of Most Influential People

Nominees Were Selected by Members of the Workers' Compensation Industry

Dec 09, 2010, 17:28 ET from Providence Publications

SACRAMENTO, Calif., Dec. 9, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- The Most Influential People in the Workers Compensation Industry have been selected by editors of Workers' Comp EXECUTIVE, THE Journal of Record for California workers' compensation issues.

The finalists and winners were chosen by the editors, Brad Cain, Dale Debber and Bess Shapiro. They were selected based upon the impact each influential individual had on the industry for 2010. 

The nominees represent every facet of the industry including: Defense and Applicant Attorneys; Actuaries; Brokers; Carrier Executives; Claims Executives; Employers; Political and Regulatory Figures; Labor; Legislators; Lobbyists; and Medical Personnel.

The editors also focused on others in the insurance industry including Research Analysts and leaders from the Self Insured community.

Commenting on the difficulty making such selections, Dale Debber, publisher of Providence Publications, noted, "It was no easy task considering how many qualified people there are.  We would like to thank all those individuals who took the time to participate and for doing the work that they do for the industry."

To view the full profiles, click on the link below.


About Providence Publications

Providence Publications is an award-wining company that produces numerous industry on-line publications covering a wide spectrum of business and political issues in California including: Cal-OSHA Reporter; California Appeals Board Reporter; Workers' Comp Executive, the journal of record covering California's workers compensation industry, California Executive, and on-line services such as Compline. Providence Publications was recently honored by the California State Senate and Assembly for its work to uncover numerous fraud and conflict of interest issues within SCIF.

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