KSIA strives to provide quality information and services to employers who provide workers' compensation coverage to their team members through self-insurance.
Call (502-223-5322) or email (email@example.com) the KSIA Office.
Adjusters and employees of self-insured companies can register at NO CHARGE!*
* if registered by September 8, 2021
Download a pdf of the Conference schedule and attendee registration form here.
7:00am Registration & Breakfast with Exhibitors
Sponsored by Smart Casualty Claims
7:45 – 8:00am Opening RemarksJudy B. Long, KSIA President
8:00 – 8:30am Update from the Department of Workers' Claims
Interim Commissioner Robert Walker, JD
8:30 – 9:30am 2019-20KY Appellate Court Case Update & ETHICS
Sherri Keller, JD, Fogle Keller Walker
9:30 – 10:00am Exhibit Break & Kids’ Chance Silent Auction
10:00 – 11:00am Workers’ Comp-Related Amputation – ‘The New Normal’
Tom Watson, Watson Orthotics
11:00am – 12:00pm How OSHA Regulations and Workers’ Comp Apply to Telecommuting
WorkersLynn Whitehouse, KYOSH
12:00 – 1:00pm Lunch with Exhibitors
1:00 – 2:00pm Surveillance & Social Media Investigations to Prevent Workers’ Comp Fraud
Jim Anderson, InfoQuest
2:00 – 3:00pm Alternative to Opioid Therapy in the Injured Worker- Can CBD Help my Pain?
Timothy Mims, MD
3:00 – 3:30pm Exhibit Break & Kids’ Chance Silent Auction winners announced
(must be present to win)
3:30 – 4:30pm Ethics for the Workers’ Compensation Adjuster in Medical Disputes
Bonnie Hoskins, JD
Continuing Education Units
Kentucky Claims Adjusters – Applied for 6 CEUs (includes 1 ethics credit)
Cost $0.00 if registered by September 8th. Late fees apply after September 8th. You must work for a self-insured company or be an adjuster to register at no charge.
Location Marriott Louisville East
The KSIA Annual Seminar will take place at the Marriott Louisville East. A small block of rooms is available at $154/night (plus taxes and fees) until September 22, 2021. Make your hotel reservations NOW.
Attire Business/Business Casual (Bring a sweater.)
The Kentucky Self-Insurers Association, Inc. was established by the self-insured employers of Kentucky. These employers self-insure their liability under Kentucky Workers’ Compensation laws in accordance with state regulations governing self-insurers. The purpose of the association is to promote self-insured programs and render assistance to its members. Self-insured employers cannot be effective in going it alone. The very best place to network with other self-insured employers is through KSIA.