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Workers Compensation Claims Bill Review and Disability Claim Management

Workers Compensation Claims Bill Review and Disability Claim Management

Raleigh, North Carolina – March 9, 2011 - Bill Review and disability claims have come to the forefront as two of the most outrageously expensive costs of Workers Compensation.

James J. Moore is the President of J&L Risk Management Consultants, Inc. According to Mr. Moore “One of our main concerns, especially in this economic climate, is that companies cannot survive with exorbitant Workers Compensation claims and disability claims costs” He explains “One way that we can assist employers and allow them another tool to control their workers comp program, is to add bill review and disability claim management to the many services we already offer. “ Mr. Moore continues “Baby boomers are staying on the job longer, so the potential for many more claims is a reality. After conferring with our clients and with only their best interests in mind, we have negotiated with several networks and have been able to partner with only those who can help us significantly lower the cost of workers compensation bill review and disability claim management.”

Bill review and disability claim management are overwhelming tasks, and should only be done by those with the knowledge and experience to effectively cut costs wherever possible.

The consultants at J&L Risk Management Consultants, Inc. are leaders in the field of Workers Compensation and its complexities. They offer a wide range of services, now including bill review and disability claim management, for insurance cost containment for public as well as private businesses. To find out more, visit or call (800) 813-1386.

James J Moore, AIC, MBA, ChFC, ARM
J&L Risk Mgmt Consultants, Inc.
(800) 813-1386  Direct Line (877) 4-COMP-HELP Ext 701
Cutting Employers' WC Costs for 16+ Years

Raleigh, North Carolina – March 9, 2011 - Bill Review and disability claims have come to the forefront as two of the most outrageously expensive costs of Workers Compensation.

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