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|Crystal Johnson Now A Hearing Representative At Orange County Defense Firm|
By Lonce LaMon - May 17, 2010
Crystal Johnson, a veteran workers’ compensation claims adjuster, is now a hearing representative at the Law Offices of Stacey Tokunaga in Anaheim, California. Stacey Tokunaga’s small office of five or six attorneys handles workers’ compensation defense, and Crystal will now also be acting in a sales and marketing capacity for the firm.
Crystal Johnson started in insurance claims in the late 1980s at Allstate Insurance Company, and soon moved over to Industrial Indemnity where she handled workers’ compensation claims. She has since then worked at a number of TPAs and insurance carriers, such as Pacific States Casualty, Specialty Risk Services, Gallagher Bassett, and recently at Berkshire Hathaway. She has most recently worked as a temporary adjuster at Tristar Risk Management in both Santa Ana and Alhambra.
Crystal graduated from Cal State Fullerton in 1986 and recently attended and graduated from Western States University College of Law, which is very close-by to Cal State Fullerton. Her further ambition for the future is to pass the Bar exam and work as a work comp defense attorney.
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