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Joe Marconi

Problems with Workers Compensation Classifications

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I have been battling the New York State Insurance fund for years to properly classify my service advisors. Their determination is that there is no such thing as a service advisor. They lump service advisor (service writers) into the same class as technicians. This increases my premium significantly.

 

After a lengthy in-house audit the State Insurance Fund finally conceded and we received a refund check for 2008 in the amount of $6980.00!

 

That’s the good news…the bad news….I was overpaying for years.

 

We are located in New York. I don’t know how other states are, but this an issue that needs to be addressed.

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