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The Tennessee Senate on March 19 passed a bill that would eliminate the requirement for workers compensation insurers to maintain a claims office.
S.B. 1615, sponsored by Sen. Jack Johnson, R-Brentwood, passed in a 32-0 vote and would also remove a requirement for workers comp insurers to contract with a state-based claims adjuster, according to the bill’s latest text.
The bill now goes to the Tennessee House of Representatives.
Managing both personnel and claims within their companies presents chief claims officers with a host of challenges, according to the results of Towers Watson & Co.’s eighth Property & Casualty Claim Officer Survey, released Tuesday.