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Bob Wilson to Speak at Mississippi Workers Comp Educational Conference

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WorkersCompensation.com's Bob Wilson to speak at Mississippi Workers' Comp Ed Conference WorkersCompensation.com's Bob Wilson to speak at Mississippi Workers' Comp Ed Conference

Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – Bob Wilson, President & CEO of WorkersCompensation.com, has been scheduled to speak at the 2013 Mississippi Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference in Biloxi, MS. The conference will run from April 17 - 19, 2013. Wilson will present on the topic “Social Unrest in the Twittersphere; The Ins, Outs, Ups & Downs of Social Media in Workers’ Comp“. The conference is produced by The Mississippi Workers' Compensation Educational Association (MWCEA).

Wilson is the author of the blog “From Bob’s Cluttered Desk”, which has been honored by LexisNexis as one of the top 25 workers’ comp blogs in the country for the last two years. He has written extensively about improving the industry’s approach to claims processing and recovery management, and is an active participant and contributor to the largest workers’ comp groups on LinkedIn. His company has almost 2,000 followers on Twitter, one of the largest groups of followers within the workers’ comp industry.

This conference will be the 26th annual event for the MWCEA. More information will be available soon at the organizations website, http://www.mwcea.org/.

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