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VOTERS INJURED AT WORK to Testify at Southern California Public Forums

Posted on 01 April 2012 by admin

VOTERS INJURED AT WORK to Testify at Southern California Public Forums on Workers’ Compensation Reform

LOS ANGELES, CA – Voters Injured at Work and its injured worker contingent will be heavily represented during the Southern California leg of Department of Industrial Relations and Department of Workers’ Compensation Public Forums on Monday, April 16, 2012 at 1:00 p.m. at the Serra State Building Auditorium at 320 W. 4th Street in Los Angeles.

 

San Bernardino, CA – Voters Injured at Work and its injured worker contingent will be heavily represented during the Southern California leg of Department of Industrial Relations and Department of Workers’ Compensation Public Forums on Tuesday, April 24, 2012 at 1:00 p.m. at the Norman F. Feldheym Library Auditorium at 555 West 6th Street in San Bernardino.

 

La Mesa, CA – Voters Injured at Work and its injured worker contingent will be heavily represented during the Southern California leg of Department of Industrial Relations and Department of Workers’ Compensation Public Forums on Wednesday, April 25, 2012 at 1:00 p.m. at the La Mesa Community Center Arbor View (South Room) 4975 Memorial Drive in La Mesa.

 

The State Administration has not advertised the event to injured workers so it falls on Voters Injured at Work to provide this information to this constituency. Voters Injured at Work is the only workers’ compensation group in California that provides resources and advocacy to injured workers. Also, they work diligently with legislators to reform the workers’ compensation system to the benefit of injured workers who have been detrimentally affected since the 2004 reforms under ex-Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.

The public forum and pre-demonstration will afford injured workers a presence to have their say in the reform process that has been open for employers, insurance companies and lawyers. Without injured workers there can be no adequate assessment before enacting any thorough reform.

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Contact:

Theresa Abes

Operations Manager

Voters Injured at Work

213-746-3222

213-746-9222 fax

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