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Association of Arkansas Counties Workers’ Compensation Trust


AAC F A M I L Y & F R I E N D S


AAC CONF ERENCE » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » W


Members enjoy dividends! $27 Million paid since 1997


Experienced & licensed examiners


covered We’ve got you


Debbie Norman Risk Management & Insurance Director 501.375.8247


Debbie Lakey Claims Manager 501.375.8698


Kim Nash


Claims Adjuster 501.375.8805


Renee Turner Claims Examiner 501.375.8805


Barry Burkett Loss Control 501.375.8805


Kim Mitchell Admin. Assistant 501.375.8805


1415 West Third Street • Little Rock, Arkansas 72201 COUNTY LINES, SUMMER 2017 63


Ellen Wood Admin. Assistant 501.375.8805


Brandy McAllister RMS Counsel 501.375.8694


hen you participate in the AAC Workers’ Compensation Trust, you can relax in the hands of professional staff members who are going to take care of your needs. The AAC team has decades of experience in handling county govern- ment claims – they’re simply the best at what they do!


Did we mention that participants in our plan are accustomed to getting money


back? Since we started paying dividends in 1997, the AAC Workers’ Compensation Trust has declared almost $27 MILLION dollars in dividends, payable to members of the fund. In fact, we mailed $1,000,000 in savings back to member counties in August 2014.


The service is available for any size county government and other county govern- ment-related entities.


We’ve got you covered!


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