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|AIMS in Sacramento Hires A Veteran Adjuster As Patricia Stratford Retires From Tristar Risk Management|
By Lonce LaMon - January 19, 2011
Katherine Felt is now a workers’ compensation claims examiner at Acclamation Insurance Management Services (AIMS) in Sacramento, California.
Katherine has an extensive background in handling claims which extends over twenty-five years. In 1985 she worked as a claims representative for L.J. Russo Insurance Adjusters in Los Angeles, which makes it an interesting full circle that she now works for a Russo owned and managed company, AIMS, which is operated by Leonard Russo’s sons: Dominic and Jeffrey.
Later in the 1980s, Katherine worked for Republic Indemnity, and then as a self-employed, contract temporary adjuster. Her assignments as a temporary adjuster ranged from Southern California to Northern California, and placed her with numerous insurance carriers, third party administrators and self-insureds. A few of the places she worked were Allianz Insurance Company, Associated Risk Services, and Firm Solutions. She worked steadily and over a long stretch of time in the 1990s and during the first years of the new millennium in the Sacramento area.
Katherine has lived in Carpenteria, the San Fernando Valley, the San Diego area, Citrus Heights (Sacramento neighborhood), and probably even the Bay Area. She’s pretty much covered the state of California.
But also, she worked and lived in Seattle, Washington, throughout 2009 for the Department of Labor on a program founded on the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Act. In this position she independently reviewed, examined, and wrote recommendations for the disposition of cases.
Patricia Stratford has now retired just days ago after having worked for Tristar Risk Management for ten years in Santa Ana, in the position of Branch Manager on one of the County of Los Angeles workers’ compensation claims Units. Pat might move on to work as a consultant, but is presently taking some time off and is unavailable for comment. She may live most of the time in Arizona where she has property with her husband, who is also a professional in the insurance field. Pat has had a claims career in Southern California which had endured for more than twenty-five years.