The Zenith Insurance Company
|Bob O'Halloran/Vice President|
Summit Claims Management, Inc.
Commercial Risk Management, Inc
|Victor Marrero/Director at Large|
Broward Sheriff's Office
Ft. Lauderdale, FL
|Denice Ferencak/Director at Large|
Walt Disney World Resort
|Tom Chasser/Director at Large|
Travelers Insurance Company
The Workers' Compensation Section of the Florida Bar and the WCCP Association presents...
The 2014 Florida Bar Workers' Compensation Forum
On April 9th-11th, 2014 the Workers’ Compensation Section of the Florida Bar and the Association of Workers’ Compensation Claims Professionals (WCCP) will present the 2014 Florida Bar Workers’ Compensation Forum! This year the Forum will feature the latest in legal, claims, medical and vocational topics, all of which center around the FL Bar’s traditional Certification Review Course. This full slate of advanced programming will be delivered across two educational tracks that are attended by members of the Florida Bar, board certified workers’ compensation adjusters seeking to earn or maintain their advanced board certification, and other members of the Florida workers’ compensation claims, medical, and vocational community.
Please Check out the FL Bar Forum calendar page for more details and registration forms, follow the link below.
FL Bar Forum Registration Forms and Hotel Accommodations
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
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