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|Vladimir Carretero, Experienced Work Comp Claims Adjuster, Dies Of Apparent Heart Attack|
By Lonce LaMon - June 4, 2009
Vladimir Carretero died on Monday night, June 1st, of an apparent heart attack. He was an experienced California workers' compensation claims examiner who was currently working for ESIS in Chatsworth. He was 49 years old.
Valdimir started his career in claims handling as a claims assistant during the 1990s. He became an adjuster in the year 2000, and soon was a full-time work comp adjuster at Crawford & Company. In 2003, he took on a series of temporary assignments, in claims departments that included Buckeye Administrators, Gates McDonald, Employers Insurance Group, and then finally when he died he was working a case load at ESIS.
Vladimir attended Los Angeles City College and was bilingual in Spanish and English. He lived in Burbank, California.