YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW - Attend the WCC Symposium on Thursday, October 3, 2013

“YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW”

Attend the WCC Symposium
on
Thursday, October 3, 2013

Celebrating 100 Years of Connecticut’s
Workers’ Compensation Act

The Connecticut Workers’ Compensation Commission invites you to attend the 2013 Symposium celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the adoption of the Workers’ Compensation Act. The Symposium will be held on Thursday, October 3, 2013 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Cromwell, Connecticut.

The Symposium will consist of educational programs relevant to today’s practice and presentations focused on the history and timeline of events shaping the first one hundred years of the Workers’ Compensation Act and the Commission. The theme of the Symposium - “Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow” - will be reflected in the programming events throughout the day. Lunch will be provided and a cocktail reception will follow.

All net proceeds from the Symposium will be donated to the Disabled Workers’ Scholarship Fund. The Fund has provided assistance to families of injured workers with children seeking a college education and unable to meet the financial obligations of higher education. The program provides a $10,000.00 annual scholarship to college bound children of injured workers.

Donations and sponsorships are currently being accepted. Your generous offer is an opportunity to acknowledge the 100 years of caring for injured workers and to further the opportunity of a college education for children of employees who have been seriously disabled as a result of a work-related injury.

We thank you for your consideration and support of this worthwhile program.

John A. Mastropietro
Chairman, Workers’ Compensation Commission

SPONSORS

The Workers’ Compensation Commission thanks the following sponsors for their generous support:

 

VenueThe Hartford
BreakfastOrthopedic Associates of Hartford, PC
Morning BreakPMA Insurance
Afternoon BreakMorrissey, Morrissey & Mooney, LLC
 Montstream & May, LLP
Cocktail ReceptionGallagher Bassett Services, Inc.
Save the DateMcGann, Bartlett & Brown, LLC
Registration FormNuzzo & Roberts, LLC
Symposium ProgramNeurosurgery, Orthopedics, Spine & Sports Medicine
Seminar BinderWorkers’ Compensation Trust
Symposium Tote BagLetizia, Ambrose & Falls, PC

 

BENEFACTORS
    Liberty Mutual Insurance Company
    The Travelers Companies, Inc.

PLATINUM SPONSORS
    AMD Associates, Inc.
    Healthesystems
    McCarthy, Coombes & Costello, LLP
    Ringler Associates
    Tremont & Sheldon, PC
    Workers’ Compensation Section/Connecticut Bar Association

GOLD SPONSORS
    American Insurance Association
    Angelo Paul Sevarino, Esq.
    Bozzuto’s Inc.
    CHC Workers’ Compensation
    CNA
    Cotter, Cotter & Mullins, LLC
    Cramer & Anderson LLP
    Law Office of Lori M. Comforti, LLC
    Leighton, Katz & Drapeau
    MSC Care Management
    Northeast Utilities
    Property Casualty Insurers Association of America

SILVER SPONSORS
    Chinigo, Leone & Maruzo, LLP
    CRC Services, LLC
    Earley, Ludwick, Sweeney & Meisenkothen
    General Dynamics Corporation
    Howd & Ludorf, LLC
    Law Office of Thomas Brayton
    Ventura, Ribeiro & Smith
    Williams Moran, LLC

BRONZE SPONSORS
    ACE American Insurance Company
    Attorneys Marilyn A. Vencel & David C. Leard
    Carter & Civitello
    Cousins, Desrosiers & Morizio, PC
    Jones, Damia, Kaufman, Brofsky & DePaul, LLC
    Kaplan Rehabilitation, LLC
    Law Offices of Brian J. Mongelluzzo, LLC
    Martocchio & Oliveira
    McHugh, Chapman & Montalbano, LLC
    MSA Services, LLC
    National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies
    NCCI Holdings, Inc.
    Pomeranz, Drayton & Stabnick, LLC
    Select Physical Therapy & SPNET
    Suisman, Shapiro, Wool, Brennan, Gray & Greenberg, PC

SPONSORS
    Horgan Law Offices
    Kenneth Levine, Esq.
    Kerin Law Offices
    Law Office of Jack Senich
    Law Office of Mark Merrow, LLC
    Law Offices of Howard B. Schiller
    Mahon, Quinn & Mahon, PC
    Paladino & Welsh, LLC
    Polinsky Law Group, LLC

GENERAL INFORMATION

Crowne Plaza Hotel
100 Berlin Road
Cromwell, CT 06416

Phone:  866-980-1973  or  860-635-2000

From the North:
Follow I-91 South to exit #21 (Rte 372/Berlin Road).
Take a left at the traffic light and the hotel
will be one block on your left.

From the South:
Follow I-91 North to exit #21 (Rte 372/Berlin Road).
Take a left at the traffic light and the hotel
will be one block on your left.

From the East:
Follow I-84 West to exit #86 for I-91 South.
Drive 10.7 miles to exit #21 (Rte 372/Berlin Road).
Take a left at the traffic light and the hotel
will be one block on your left.

From the West:
Follow I-84 East to exit #52 for I-91 South.
Drive 12.8 miles to Rte 372/Berlin Road).
Take a left at the traffic light and the hotel
will be one block on your left.

SCHEDULE

7:45-8:45Registration and Breakfast
8:45-9:00Opening Remarks
9:00-10:151st Morning Breakout Sessions
10:15-10:30Morning Break
10:30-11:452nd Morning Breakout Sessions
12:00-1:30Lunch
1:30-2:451st Afternoon Breakout Sessions
2:45-3:15Afternoon Break
3:15-4:302nd Afternoon Breakout Sessions
4:30-6:00Cocktail Reception

MORNING BREAKOUTS I      9:00 a.m. - 10:15 a.m.

  1. The Evolution of Workers’ Compensation Law in Connecticut - The “Top Ten” Cases Decided During the Past 100 Years
    1. Panel discussion on the “Top Ten” cases decided during the past 100 years within Connecticut including Review Board, Appellate and Supreme Court decisions. An invaluable review of the Workers’ Compensation Act and key statutes/cases that have guided the system for the past century. As an added bonus, our fortune-telling panel will project where the Act and case law will take us over the next 100 years.
    2. Moderator:
          William C. Brown, Esq., McGann, Bartlett & Brown, LLC (East Hartford, CT)
    3. Speakers:
          Robert Carter, Esq., Carter & Civitello (Woodbridge, CT)
          Donna Civitello, Esq., Carter & Civitello (Woodbridge, CT)
          John P. Clarkson, Esq., Law Office of Charles G. Walker (Hartford, CT)
          Jason M. Dodge, Esq., Pomeranz, Drayton & Stabnick, LLC (Glastonbury, CT)
          Stephen C. Embry, Esq., Embry & Neusner (Groton, CT)
    4. This program has been approved by the Standing Committee on Workers’ Compensation Specialization Certification for 1.25 credits of Specialist Certification Continuing Legal Education credit. This program has been approved by the Connecticut Bar Association for 1.25 credits of Continuing Legal Education.
  2. Administration of Workers’ Compensation Claims - Inside Municipalities, Towns and the Role of Third Party Administrators
    1. This experienced panel will present practical information on the administration of workers’ compensation claims from the perspective of a Third Party Administrator. Current trends and valuable practical tips will be discussed with an emphasis on working with the opposition to achieve a successful claim resolution. Other topics include current surveillance/investigative technique and keeping skyrocketing costs at a manageable level while effectively managing claims.
    2. Moderator:
          Colette Griffin, Esq., Howd & Ludorf, LLC (Hartford, CT)
    3. Speakers:
          Susan Donatelli, ERM, ARM, Risk Manager (West Hartford, CT)
          Ann Bostic, Client Service Manager, PMA Insurance Companies (Meriden, CT)
          Louis Cusano, Senior Claims Specialist, Connecticut Interlocal Risk Management Agency (CIRMA) (New Haven, CT)
    4. This program has been approved by the Standing Committee on Workers’ Compensation Specialization Certification for 1.25 credits of Specialist Certification Continuing Legal Education credit. This program has been approved by the Connecticut Bar Association for 1.25 credits of Continuing Legal Education.
  3. Courtroom Medicine: Treatment of Work-Related Upper Extremity Injuries
    1. A detailed review of the anatomy and physiology of the upper extremity, from the hand to the shoulder, with a focus on both repetitive and specific workplace injuries. The spectrum of treatment options will be addressed including conservative and surgical measures with an emphasis on returning injured workers with upper extremity injuries to the workplace.
    2. Moderator:
          Thomas J. Danyliw, MD, Middlesex Hospital (Middletown, CT)
    3. Speakers:
          Michael J. Kaplan, MD, Active Orthopedic, PC (Middlebury, CT)
          Andrew E. Caputo, MD, Orthopedic Associates of Hartford (Hartford, CT)
    4. The Bristol Hospital is accredited by the Connecticut State Medical Society to sponsor continuing medical education for physicians. Bristol Hospital designates this workshop for a maximum of 1.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
    5. This program has been approved by the Standing Committee on Workers’ Compensation Specialization Certification for 1.25 credits of Specialist Certification Continuing Legal Education credit. This program has been approved by the Connecticut Bar Association for 1.25 credits of Continuing Legal Education.
  4. The Archive: The First 100 Years of Workers’ Compensation Claims
    1. Directly from “the vault,” come see history unfold as our presenters, who personally ventured into the state archives, unveil the documentary and photographic evidence from the first cases heard before the Commission.
    2. Moderator:
          Nancy Bonuomo, WCC Chairman’s Office (Hartford, CT)
    3. Speakers:
          Jean Bonzani, WCC 4th District Office (Bridgeport, CT)
    4. This program has been approved by the Standing Committee on Workers’ Compensation Specialization Certification for 1.25 credits of Specialist Certification Continuing Legal Education credit. This program has been approved by the Connecticut Bar Association for 1.25 credits of Continuing Legal Education.

MORNING BREAKOUTS II      10:30 a.m. - 11:45 a.m.

  1. Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow (1913 to 2013 and Beyond): The Evolution of the Workers’ Compensation Commission in Connecticut
    1. Former and current Workers’ Compensation Commissioners will offer their perspective on the procedure and substance of workers’ compensation law (from then until now) and take a peek into the future of the administrative system. The Commissioners will discuss the evolution of the hearing process and the Compensation Review Board, issues involving compensability of claims (e.g. medical evidence, witness credibility), and their thoughts on the future of litigation within the system.
    2. Moderator:
          Lawrence Morizio, Esq., Cousins, Desrosiers & Morizio, PC (Stratford, CT)
    3. Speakers:
          Chairman John A. Mastropietro, WCC Chairman’s Office (Hartford, CT)
          Commissioner Donald H. Doyle (Retired)
          Commissioner Stephen M. Morelli, WCC 2nd District (Norwich, CT)
          Commissioner Leonard S. Paoletta (Retired)
          Commissioner Robin W. Waller (Retired)
          Commissioner A. Thomas White, Jr. (Retired)
    4. This program has been approved by the Standing Committee on Workers’ Compensation Specialization Certification for 1.25 credits of Specialist Certification Continuing Legal Education credit. This program has been approved by the Connecticut Bar Association for 1.25 credits of Continuing Legal Education.
  2. Connecticut Employers in Comparison - Trends from Past and Present
    1. An overview of workers’ compensation rates, results and legislative trends for employers. Plus History of Connecticut trends; Cost impact of Connecticut regulations and legislation; and Recent NCCI Research - A comparison of Connecticut’s rates of injury, levels of compensation and the impact of legislation on costs will also be addressed.
    2. Moderator:
          Ken Plumb, Esq., Metzger, Lazarek & Plumb, LLC (Hartford, CT)
    3. Speakers:
          Laura Backus Hall, State Relations Executive, NCCI
          Ramona Tanabe, Deputy Director and Counsel, WCRI
    4. This program has been approved by the Standing Committee on Workers’ Compensation Specialization Certification for 1.25 credits of Specialist Certification Continuing Legal Education credit. This program has been approved by the Connecticut Bar Association for 1.25 credits of Continuing Legal Education.
  3. Rehabilitation of the Injured Worker
    1. The panel will provide insight on an injured worker’s course of treatment post-injury, providing updates and innovations concerning current methods of therapy, work hardening and vocational evaluation. Witness the experts address, in a practical “clinic” format, a hypothetical case study and explain the keys to successful rehabilitation throughout each stage of treatment in a workers’ compensation setting.
    2. Moderator:
          Joseph J. Passaretti, Jr., Esq., Montstream & May, LLP (Glastonbury, CT)
    3. Speakers:
          Brian Hayes, Work Hardening Program Coordinator, Temple Physical Therapy (New Haven, CT)
          Robb Wright, Wright2Work, LLC (Colchester, CT)
          Albert Sabella, Rehabilitation and Re-Employment, Inc. (Providence, RI)
          David Soja, CRC Services, LLC (Longmeadow, MA)
    4. This program has been approved by the Standing Committee on Workers’ Compensation Specialization Certification for 1.25 credits of Specialist Certification Continuing Legal Education credit. This program has been approved by the Connecticut Bar Association for 1.25 credits of Continuing Legal Education.
  4. A Guide for Physicians and Support Staff through the Pitfalls of the Workers’ Compensation System
    1. An in-depth discussion for physicians and their staffs addressing the inner-workings of the legal system as it relates to their patients including managed care plans, the current and evolving peer review process and the potential consequences of future legislation affecting medical providers participating in the system. The panel will provide a helpful review of legal terms, the concept of compensability (the “substantial factor” test) and an outline of the classification of benefits for the ease and efficiency of medical providers. Our presenters will also offer a detailed look at the “Guidelines for Cooperation” and the steps taken to promote a harmonious relationship between physicians and attorneys in the workers’ compensation setting.
    2. Moderator:
          John M. Letizia, Esq., Letizia, Ambrose & Falls, PC (New Haven, CT)
    3. Speakers:
          John M. Beiner, MD, Connecticut Orthopaedic Specialists (Hamden, CT)
          Marilou Lang, WCC Chairman’s Office (Hartford, CT)
          Brian L. Smith, Esq., Sharp, Shields & Smith (Rocky Hill, CT)
          Commissioner Ernie R. Walker, WCC 1st District (Hartford, CT)
          Cori-Lynn Webber, Esq., Law Office of Cori-Lynn Webber, LLC (Windsor, CT)
    4. The Bristol Hospital is accredited by the Connecticut State Medical Society to sponsor continuing medical education for physicians. Bristol Hospital designates this workshop for a maximum of 1.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

AFTERNOON BREAKOUTS I      1:30 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.

  1. The Evolution of Workers’ Compensation Law in Connecticut - The “Top Ten” Cases Decided During the Past 100 Years
    1. Encore Presentation:
    2. Panel discussion on the “Top Ten” cases decided during the past 100 years within Connecticut including Review Board, Appellate and Supreme Court decisions. An invaluable review of the Workers’ Compensation Act and key statutes/cases that have guided the system for the past century. As an added bonus, our fortune-telling panel will project where the Act and case law will take us over the next 100 years.
    3. Moderator:
          William C. Brown, Esq., McGann, Bartlett & Brown, LLC (East Hartford, CT)
    4. Speakers:
          Robert Carter, Esq., Carter & Civitello (Woodbridge, CT)
          Donna Civitello, Esq., Carter & Civitello (Woodbridge, CT)
          John P. Clarkson, Esq., Law Office of Charles G. Walker (Hartford, CT)
          Jason M. Dodge, Esq., Pomeranz, Drayton & Stabnick, LLC (Glastonbury, CT)
          Stephen C. Embry, Esq., Embry & Neusner (Groton, CT)
    5. This program has been approved by the Standing Committee on Workers’ Compensation Specialization Certification for 1.25 credits of Specialist Certification Continuing Legal Education credit. This program has been approved by the Connecticut Bar Association for 1.25 credits of Continuing Legal Education.
  2. Workplace Safety: The Next 100 Years
    1. Come learn about how the past 100 years has shaped our current and continuing efforts to provide a safe working environment. Find out the importance health and safety committees have, discover what role technology is having on safety in the work environment and see what our experts project in terms of standards for workplace safety for the next century.
    2. Moderator:
          Robert J. Enright, Esq., McGann, Bartlett & Brown, LLC (East Hartford, CT)
    3. Speakers:
          John Adamson, General Dynamics/Electric Boat, Safety Division (Groton, CT)
          John Dugan, Safety Programs Manager, Northeast Utilities (Berlin, CT)
          Gary Pechie, Director of Wage & Workplace Standards, State of Connecticut Department of Labor (Wethersfield, CT)
    4. This program has been approved by the Standing Committee on Workers’ Compensation Specialization Certification for 1.25 credits of Specialist Certification Continuing Legal Education credit. This program has been approved by the Connecticut Bar Association for 1.25 credits of Continuing Legal Education.
  3. Psychiatric Claims in the Workers’ Compensation Arena - Medical Overview and Legal Discussion
    1. Our panel will provide a complete medical overview of psychiatric diagnoses most commonly evaluated in workers’ compensation claims. Our expert panel will also discuss the leading causes and treatment modalities for workers affected with psychiatric diagnoses including Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). A case law update and review of current and pending legislation will follow.
    2. Moderator:
          Lucas D. Strunk, Esq., Pomeranz, Drayton & Stabnick, LLC (Glastonbury, CT)
    3. Speakers:
          Robert D. Kerns, PhD, VA Connecticut Healthcare System (West Haven, CT)
          James W. Pier, PhD, Northeast Neuropsychology (Cheshire, CT)
    4. The Bristol Hospital is accredited by the Connecticut State Medical Society to sponsor continuing medical education for physicians. Bristol Hospital designates this workshop for a maximum of 1.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
    5. This program has been approved by the Standing Committee on Workers’ Compensation Specialization Certification for 1.25 credits of Specialist Certification Continuing Legal Education credit. This program has been approved by the Connecticut Bar Association for 1.25 credits of Continuing Legal Education.
  4. The Archive: The First 100 Years of Workers’ Compensation Claims
    1. Encore Presentation:
    2. Directly from “the vault,” come see history unfold as our presenters, who personally ventured into the state archives, unveil the documentary and photographic evidence from the first cases heard before the Commission.
    3. Moderator:
          Nancy Bonuomo, WCC Chairman’s Office (Hartford, CT)
    4. Speakers:
          Jean Bonzani, WCC 4th District Office (Bridgeport, CT)
    5. This program has been approved by the Standing Committee on Workers’ Compensation Specialization Certification for 1.25 credits of Specialist Certification Continuing Legal Education credit. This program has been approved by the Connecticut Bar Association for 1.25 credits of Continuing Legal Education.

AFTERNOON BREAKOUTS II      3:15 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

  1. Palliative versus Curative Treatment: A Distinction Without a Difference?
    1. The debate continues. Where do we stand on the distinction between treatment that serves a “curative” purpose and treatment that doesn’t? The panel will use the history of relevant case law to predict where future decisions will take us.
    2. Moderator:
          David J. Weil, Esq., Nuzzo & Roberts, LLC (Cheshire, CT)
    3. Speakers:
          Commissioner David W. Schoolcraft, WCC 2nd District Office (Norwich, CT)
          Andrew J. Morrissey, Esq., Morrissey, Morrissey & Mooney, LLC (Naugatuck, CT)
          Nathan J. Shafner, Esq., Embry & Neusner (Groton, CT)
          Matthew B. Witt, Esq., Law Offices of David J. Mathis (Hartford, CT)
          Robert S. Bystrowski, Esq., Morrison Mahoney, LLP (Hartford, CT)
    4. This program has been approved by the Standing Committee on Workers’ Compensation Specialization Certification for 1.25 credits of Specialist Certification Continuing Legal Education credit. This program has been approved by the Connecticut Bar Association for 1.25 credits of Continuing Legal Education.
  2. Courtroom Medicine: Pain Management
    1. An expert panel takes an eclectic look at short and long term pain management. A review of conservative and interventional procedures as well as prescription narcotics in chronic pain management scenarios. A medical discussion of palliative and curative treatment will be followed by a review of the current pain management protocols on opioids.
    2. Moderator:
          Michael F. Saffir, MD, Orthopedic Specialty Group (Fairfield, CT)
    3. Speakers:
          David S. Kloth, MD, Connecticut Pain Care (Danbury, CT)
          Seddon R. Savage, MD, Medical Director, Chronic Pain and Recovery Program, Silver Hill Hospital (New Canaan, CT)
          Stephen D. Sarfaty, PsyD, Comprehensive Neuropsychological Services (Cheshire, CT)
    4. The Bristol Hospital is accredited by the Connecticut State Medical Society to sponsor continuing medical education for physicians. Bristol Hospital designates this workshop for a maximum of 1.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
    5. This program has been approved by the Standing Committee on Workers’ Compensation Specialization Certification for 1.25 credits of Specialist Certification Continuing Legal Education credit. This program has been approved by the Connecticut Bar Association for 1.25 credits of Continuing Legal Education.
  3. Workers’ Compensation Impact on Collateral Benefits (Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, FMLA, Unemployment)
    1. Learn how workers’ compensation benefits are affected when the injured worker has applied for or is receiving other benefits or entitlements such as Social Security Disability, Medicare/Medicaid, FMLA, Unemployment Compensation and other collateral benefits. An up to date analysis of Medicare Set Aside trusts will be addressed along with insight about what requirements CMS may have in store in the future with referral of workers’ compensation matters.
    2. Moderator:
          Greg F. Lisowski, Esq., Law Offices of Cynthia Jaworski (Rocky Hill, CT)
    3. Speakers:
          Angelo P. Sevarino, Esq., Morrissey, Morrissey & Mooney, LLC (Naugatuck, CT)
          Henry J. Zaccardi, Esq., Shipman & Goodwin, LLP (Hartford, CT)
    4. This program has been approved by the Standing Committee on Workers’ Compensation Specialization Certification for 1.25 credits of Specialist Certification Continuing Legal Education credit. This program has been approved by the Connecticut Bar Association for 1.25 credits of Continuing Legal Education.
  4. AMA Guidelines: A Journey Through the Guides and Evaluation of Permanent Impairment
    1. The drafter of the Guidelines will discuss the composition of the most recent editions and include a comparative analysis. A key review for physicians, attorneys, claim representatives and claim handlers. Discussion will include an overview of the 5th and 6th editions, the rating process of particular body parts most affected in the workers’ compensation arena and a critical review of the Guides and assessment process by Connecticut physicians.
    2. Moderator:
          Robert Messey, Esq., Carter Mario (Milford, CT)
    3. Speakers:
          Christopher R. Brigham, MD, Senior Editor, AMA Guides (6th Edition), Brigham & Associates (Kailua, HI)
          Gerald J. Becker, MD, Orthopedic Associates of Hartford, PC (Hartford, CT)
    4. The Bristol Hospital is accredited by the Connecticut State Medical Society to sponsor continuing medical education for physicians. Bristol Hospital designates this workshop for a maximum of 1.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
    5. This program has been approved by the Standing Committee on Workers’ Compensation Specialization Certification for 1.25 credits of Specialist Certification Continuing Legal Education credit. This program has been approved by the Connecticut Bar Association for 1.25 credits of Continuing Legal Education.

REGISTRATION FORM

Follow this link to print an 8.5" x 11" version of the registration form.

Please return your payment, payable to Workers’ Compensation Commission, along with this registration form to:

Workers’ Compensation Commission, Office of the Chairman, 21 Oak Street, Hartford, CT 06106

 

If you’d like, we also have a PDF copy of the Symposium print flyer available:

Symposium Print Flyer (PDF File: 2 pages; 876K)

Symposium Print Flyer  (PDF File: 2 pages; 876K)

 

 

SOUVENIR POSTERS AVAILABLE

A beautiful 100-Year Symposium poster will be available at the Symposium on October 3rd for a nominal fee of $25.00. Proceeds from the sale of these posters will go directly to the Disabled Workers’ Scholarship Fund. This full-size, professionally-printed souvenir of the event is suitable for framing and provides participants a further opportunity to support the educational aspirations of children of disabled workers by contributing to this special fund that offers a $10,000.00 annual scholarship to college bound children of injured workers.

Available only at the Symposium, this unique commemorative poster can be purchased BY CHECK ONLY made payable to: Workers’ Compensation Commission.

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