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|City of Los Angeles Still In The News--Indirectly, Of Course|
By Pauline Grant - May 19, 2008
Jeff Bain is now a workers' compensation claims administrator with the City of Pasadena. He was just recently with Cambridge Integrated Services Group in Pasadena for several years handling the Southwest Airlines account, but left for the City of Pasadena when Cambridge lost the Southwest Airlines account. Therefore, Jeff can now be found handling claims on site at the City of Pasadena, which is self-insured, self-administered.
Martha Ramirez left Cambridge Integrated Services Group and is now an examiner at Tri Star Risk Management in Alhambra. Many claims examiners went to TriStar Risk Management in Alhambra after the City of Los Angeles account left Cambridge. And, now it is certain that Deborah Howard, Dollisha Taylor and Martha Ramirez are there at TriStar as workers' compensation claims examiners.
Steve Alves is now an examiner at Sedgwick CMS in West Los Angeles, working on the UCLA account. Steve was with Chubb Insurance Group in Downtown L.A. as an examiner for almost 4 years as of just a couple of months ago prior to joining Sedgwick in W.L.A.
Patricia Whitfield is working as a temporary examiner at SRS in Brea. Patricia was also one of the examiners who left Cambridge in Pasadena after the exodus of the City of Los Angeles account.