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Board of Directors
Lorie Dove/Chairperson
Commercial Risk Management, Inc.
Tampa, FL


Melanie Stanisic/President
Darden
Orlando,FL


Jackie Hilston/Vice President
The Zenith Insurance Company
Sarasota, FL


Denice Ferencak/Secretary
Walt Disney World Resort
Kissimmee, FL


Tom Chasser/Treasurer
Travelers Insurance Company
Orlando, FL

Victor Marrero/Director at Large
Seminole Tribe
Ft. Lauderdale, FL


Bob O'Halloran/Director at Large
Summit Consulting, LLC
Lakeland, FL


Executive Director
Stacy Hosman
Hosman & Associates, Inc.
Dade City, FL

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24th Annual Claims Management & Leadership Conference
June 14-17, 2015
Hyatt Regency Coconut Point
5001 Coconut Rd
Bonita Springs, FL  34134
For hotel reservations please call (888) 421-1442 or to reserve online:  click here

Join the WCCP Association June 14-17, 2015 at the Hyatt Coconut Point, Bonita Springs, FL as we “Excel to Excellence Through Education”. We have an action packed line-up, Featuring Pat Williams, Co-Founder of the Orlando Magic, and David Rutherford, Former Navy Seal & Motivational Speaker (Froglogic), that is tailor made for the development of claims and medical supervisors, managers and executives from carriers, third party administrators, self insured employers, human resource managers, municipal and government entities.

WCCP Registration Information
♦$295.00 Member Adjuster/RN/Claims Managers/Risk & Ins. Pros
♦$475.00 Member Service Partners/Vendors/Attorneys
♦$575.00 Non Members
♦$170.0 Spouse/Companion Registration *Note: Spouses/companions do not include industry professionals also working in the W/C or P&C claims industry. Late/Onsite Registrations Received after May 31, 2015
♦$395.00 Member Adjuster/RN/Claims Managers/Risk & Ins. Pros
♦$650.00 All Other

Please visit our calendar events page for more details, including our Keynote Speakers, Fran Brown Scholarship applications and Rising Star Nomination forms.

Calendar Events Page

2015 Florida Bar Forum Attendees

We hope that you enjoyed this year's Florida Bar Forum on April 9th and 10th, 2015.  We had a full educational agenda and a great turnout this year.  For those who registered each day at the conference desk, you would have received your Certificate of Completion from the WCCP Association reflecting 13.5 hours of CLE credit for attending both days of the conference.  It has come to our attention from several members of the section, who applied for their CLE credits prior to receiving their Certificate of Completion, that the FL Bar is applying the full 27 hours of CLE credit during the self-reporting process.  The 27 approved CLE credits was the total approved credit amount for our two simultaneous educational tracks.

We have been instructed by the FL Bar for you to contact them directly,(850) 561-5653), if this situation occurred during your self-reporting process and they can correct it on their end.  For those who have not completed the self-reporting process, you will need to enter 13.5 credit hours and 10 certification hours for attending both days of the conference, or 6.5 credit hours and 5 certification hours if you were only able to attend the Forum for one day, (this conference was not approved for any ethics credits). We apologize for any confusion or inconvenience this has caused and invite you to contact us if we can provide any further assistance.

2015 FL Bar Forum course books available for online purchase in our resource store,
click here


Florida Workers’ Compensation Insurance Rates Decrease By 5.2% in 2015, Down by More than 57% Since the 2003 Reforms
Article by, Rafael Gonzalez,Vice President, Strategic Solutions Settlement Solutions


5-Hour Law and Ethics Update

As part of the passing of HB 725 on October 1, 2012, adjusters are now required to complete a mandatory 5-Hour Law and Ethics Update CE Course every 2 years specific to the license held by the licensee. The new law will affect those licensees who began their continuing education cycle on November 1, 2012 and will complete the compliance cycle in October, 2014.

This requirement is directly tied to CE compliance cycles ending 9/30/14 or earlier, and CE compliance cycles ending 10/31/14 or later. The licensees compliance period begins with the end of your birth month following the second anniversary of the first license issuance date, and then biennially thereafter.  In addition to the five-hour course, adjusters will be required to participate in 19- hours of elective credits, approved by the department and focusing on their specific line of insurance.

HB 725: Understanding the Upcoming CE Changes