SMALL BUSINESS MEMBERS OF NFIB, OHIO CHAMBER, COSE AND OMA OWED MORE THAN $73 MILLION IN OHIO BWC CLASS ACTION
The small business members of the National Federation of Independent Business, Ohio Chamber of Commerce, COSE and Ohio Manufacturers’ Association are owed more than $73 Million in Ohio BWC Class Action.
If you are a member of one of these organizations, you should be asking your organization a very important question.
What efforts have you expended in advocating that the BWC pay me back for my portion of the $860 million judgment rendered in the San Allen class action lawsuit?
The reality is they’ve done nothing. Isn’t that a little odd? Have these organizations communicated to their members that they are owed money ? No. They haven’t. These groups played a role in advocating and putting their members into this dysfunctional group rating program. Add to that the fact that these trade groups made money off the program that destroyed some of their members. This is likely something the groups do not want to ever discuss.
Visit www.paynowbwc.com to learn more and find out how much you are owed by entering your BWC policy number.