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|Veteran Claims Executive, Ron Field, Now An Officer Of Start-Up CompWest|
By Pauline Grant - October 5, 2004
Ron Field, who started his career in the 60s at Hartford Insurance Company, is now Chief Medical and Disability Officer of the brand new CompWest Insurance Company whose new headquarters are in San Francisco, California.
Ron very recently was Executive Vice President of Golden Eagle Insurance Company, which was in recent years sold to Liberty Mutual. The much needed new carrier for California businesses, CompWest, just received its license from the State of California to underwrite Workers' Compensation about two weeks ago. It has been said, but not yet verified, that Ron will be working out of a CompWest office in Newport Beach.
Brandi Ishikawa has left Cambridge Integrated Services Group in Pasadena and is now a senior workers' compensation claims examiner at Octagon Risk Services in Van Nuys. Brandi is handling Octagon's University account of San Luis Obispo.
Mary West was promoted from claims examiner to claims manager at Colen & Lee in Diamond Bar, California. Leaving Diamond Bar and Colen & Lee is Ann-Marie Mayes; she is now working as a senior workers' compensation claims examiner at Southern California Risk Management Association in Upland, California.