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Board of Directors

Lorie Dove/Chairperson
Commercial Risk Management, Inc.
Tampa, 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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27th Claims Management & Leadership Conference
June 10th  - 13th, 2018
Hyatt Regency Coconut Point, Bonita Springs, FL



Join us on
June 10-13, 2018, at the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point, Bonita Springs for the WCCP's 27th Annual Claims Management and Leadership Conference.
   
This conference is tailor made for the development of claims and medical supervisors, human resource managers and executives from carriers, third party administrators, self-insured employers, municipal and government entities.  You'll be sure to enjoy two and a half days of leadership and technical skill development, while reconnecting with fellow peers, sponsors, and other industry professionals.
 
We'll kick off this year's conference on Sunday morning June 10th with a Golf Tournament at Raptor Bay, followed by early registration and our sponsored Welcome Reception. 
 
Monday morning, June 11 th, Joe Contrera, leadership coach, author, and founder of Alive@Work, will demonstrate how we can "Get Beyond Great with The Five Critical Truths of Authentic Leaders".  

After a fun evening of music, munchies and our "renowned" volleyball tournament, we return on Tuesday morning for an interactive presentation by our Tuesday morning keynote speaker, Phil Gwoke, BridgeWorks. Phil is sure to leave you with many take-a way's on just how to "Break into the Millennial Mind"
 
Don't miss this year's exciting line-up of leadership, human resource and technical workshops.
  
Registration forms are below, or register online:  Calendar Events Page
 
Sponsor Package/Registration Form
 
Rising Star Award:   
Join us this year as we announce the recipient of our Annual WCCP "Rising Star" Award. This award recognizes a senior level adjuster or newly appointed supervisor who exemplifies the professionalism to reach that next level in their career to become...  
 
"Tomorrow's Leader".      
 
We look forward to receiving your nomination, recognizing an outstanding professional within your organization.  Click on the link below for nomination form. The Recipient of this Award will receive a complimentary conference registration and hotel accommodations, Sunday, June 10th - Wednesday, June 13th, 2018.

*Deadline for nominations is May 18, 2018*
 Rising Star Nomination Form 
 
Fran Brown Scholarship  
Through the generous support of our sponsors, it's with tremendous pleasure that we will again be awarding a $2,000 Fran Brown Scholarship to a deserving graduating senior who has been accepted to a two or four year college or university. Please have your graduate complete their application as early as possible to be included in this year's selection process.

Along with their parents, the Fran Brown Scholarship Recipient will receive hotel accommodations on Sunday Evening and will be honored during our Monday Morning General Session. The WCCP Member of the chosen Recipient will also receive a complimentary conference registration, so please clear your calendar to join us. Click on the link below for scholarship application.

*Deadline for application submission is May 18, 2018*
 Fran Brown Scholarship Application 



Third District Court of Appeal Decision Preserves Exclusive Remedy

On June 24, 2015, the State of Florida appeals a final summary judgement determining that section 440.11, Florida Statutes (2014), the “exclusiveness of liability” provision of the Florida Workers’ Compensation Law that immunizes from suit an employer and its employees for covered, work-related injuries, is facially unconstitutional under the United States and Florida Constitutions.  Concluding that the threshold requirements for the prosecution of such claims were not met, we reverse.

See full Appellate Decision

http://www.3dca.flcourts.org/Opinions/3D14-2062.pdf

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