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|Two Veteran Work Comp Claims Professionals Get Jobs With The Government|
By Pauline Grant - November 21, 2008
Jorge Alexandria, who was a claims supervisor at Intercare Insurance Services in Orange, California, for these past three years, has just joined the US Department of Labor for the Employment Standards Administration's office of Workers' Compensation, overseeing insurance carriers, TPAs, claims and risk managers, brokers, HR professionals, and attorneys who administer benefits under the general provisions of the Longshore & Harbor Workers Act.
Jorge started in Vocational Rehabilitation in the late 1980s, and soon thereafter, began as a claims examiner at Cal Comp & Fire and then Industrial Indemnity. By the year 2000, he was a critical case manager at Travelers Insurance Company, then moved to Sedgwick as a Team Leader. In 2005, he went to Intercare Insurance Services in Orange as a supervisor where he was most recently employed before being hired by the Department of Labor.
Coincidentally, another veteran California workers' compensation claims professional has just taken a government job, as well. And with the US Department of Labor, too. Katherine Felt is now working in Seattle, Washington, on a four year contract assisting claimants who over the past few decades have been exposed to toxic substances and have come down with diseases including cancers most seemingly to have been produced in the scope of employment. Katherine has worked for more than a decade as a dedicated temporary claims adjuster, both on long term and short term assignments for myriad carriers, TPAs, and self-insured-administered claims departments.