Last week many of the California workers’ comp system met at Disneyland, where the California Coalition on Workers’ Compensation held its 14th annual conference. I had the honor of attending and speaking on a panel featuring prominent bloggers analyzing important issues and trends facing the system.
One event at the conference was especially moving.
That’s the program discussing Kids’ Chance.
As a blogger about workers’ comp, it’s easy to get lost in the endless debates about what is and isn’t working in the system, the policy studies, the regulatory developments, and the occasional game changing appellate case.
But the heart of the workers’ comp story is a story about workers and their families.
Kids’ Chance is an organization that helps children of injured workers pay for college.
Here is the link from my post several years ago:
Here is the link to the current Kids’ Chance site: