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|Betty Johnson, Los Angeles Area Veteran Workers' Compensation Claims Adjuster, Retires From Sedgwick CMS|
By Lonce LaMon - April 23, 2015
Betty Johnson, a 30-plus-year veteran workers’ compensation claims adjuster professional, has retired.
Betty retired from Sedgwick Claims Management Services in Encino, California on April 10th 2015. She had been handling the claims on the Dignity Health account for the past several years, working in the unit of Manager Vicki Cromer. Vicki wrote to adjustercom by email, "I will always wish her the best!"
Back in the 1980s, she worked for a time at Industrial Indemnity in the mid-Wilshire district of Los Angeles. She recently commented that she remembered those “pre-90” days.
Fremont General later acquired Industrial Indemnity in 1997. The CEO of Fremont then was James McIntire.
Betty resides in the San Fernando Valley.
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