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|Glenn Olsen Takes The California Bar Exam And David Jennings Takes Off With His Fishing Pole|
By Taylor Gray - September 26, 2004
Rumor has it that Cass Courtney has left Cambridge Integrated Services Group and is now a Claims Supervisor at Sedgwick CMS in Orange supervising all Workers' Compensation claims in the Ulico Insurance Company unit.
Also in Orange County, down in the Southern region, David Jennings, a senior claims examiner at Gallagher Bassett in Laguna Hills, has gone fishing for a week. David joined Gallagher this year after accepting a "temp to hire" employment deal, probably because he negotiated in a number of fishing trips. David worked as a temp examiner at State Comp during last year's "temp frenzy" at State Compensation Insurance Fund, and prior to that stint he was a Claims Supervisor with Farmers' Insurance Company in Orange.
Claudia Ritter is now a Supervisor at Intercare Insurance Services in Orange, California. Claudia's recent background includes having been the Claims Manager of American Building Maintenance in Los Angeles, then subsequently having worked as a premiere temporary examiner at The Federated, which was then in Los Angeles and just moved last Friday to Pasadena.
Glenn Olsen, a veteran Workers' Compensation Claims Examiner, now working on a temporary assignment at Gallagher Bassett in Thousand Oaks, says this will be his last examiner's job in his life, as well as his last temp gig. He took the California Bar exam and is hoping to have his Bar Card by late December.
Needless to say, we need more California Work Comp adjusters and fewer lawyers. Ha, ha. No offense, Glenn. :-)