Pushback on ARAWC’s Attempt to Expand Opt-Out To Tennessee

David Fish wrote an opinion piece last week in The Leaf-Chronicle that stated there is no need to change that state’s workers’ comp program, as had been discussed previously by numerous bloggers, including yours truly, and that ARAWC has been advocating, by actually writing the legislation for Tennessee and South Carolina.

It is such an excellent article, and makes the point so clearly, that I am going to let David Fish speak for himself.

Here is the link:

http://www.theleafchronicle.com/story/opinion/readers/2016/01/22/opinion-no-need-change-workers-comp-program/79164208/

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Have worked in the Insurance and Risk Management industry for more than thirty years in New York, Florida and Texas in the Claims and Risk Management spheres, primarily in Workers’ Compensation Claims, Auto No-Fault and Property & Casualty Claims Administration and Claims Management. Have experience in Risk and Insurance Business Analysis, Risk Management Information Systems, and Insurance Data Processing and Data Management. Received my Master’s in Health Administration (MHA) degree from Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Florida in December 2011. Received my Master of Arts (MA) degree in American History from New York University, and received my Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in Liberal Arts (Political Science/History/Social Sciences) from SUNY Brockport. I have studied World History, Global Politics, and have a strong interest in the future of human civilization in all aspects; economic, political and social. I am looking for new opportunities that will utilize my previous experience and MHA degree. I am available for speaking engagements and am willing to travel. LinkedIn Profile: http://www.linkedin.com/in/richardkrasner Resume: https://www.box.com/s/z8rxcks6ix41m3ocvvep

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