Jason Quattropani Named Clerk of the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission


Richmond,VA (WorkersCompensaton.com) - The Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission is pleased to announce that Jason Quattropani has been selected as its new Clerk. Mr. Quattropani assumed the role after the retirement of former Clerk, Mrs. Marjorie Platt.

As the Clerk of the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission, Jason assumes the leadership role of managing the Clerk’s Office and supervising its staff. The Clerk’s Office oversees the Commission’s Review docket, appeals to the Court of Appeals, and referrals of neurological birth injury and crime victims’ cases to the Commission’s evidentiary docket.

Jason brings strong value to the Clerk’s Office with his expertise in business process reengineering. He joined the Commission in 2015 in the Outreach Services Department as an Information Analyst.  In 2016, he was promoted to the Outreach Services Assistant Manager position, where he oversaw the Commission’s Customer Contact Center.     

Jason holds a Bachelor of Science degree in education from Virginia Commonwealth University and a Master of Science degree in Human Resources from Strayer University. Before joining the Commission, Jason accumulated over 15 years of leadership, call center management and customer service experience in private industry.

About The Commission

The Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission (VWC), established in 1918, is an independent judicial and administrative state agency that oversees the workers’ compensation system for employees, employers, and insurers. VWC interprets and applies the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Act and resolves claims through hearings and mediation. A 2016 Oregon study ranked Virginia as the fifth-lowest cost system in the nation. Leading the way in electronic data and claims filing systems, in 2017 VWC processed over 48,000 claims and issued over 4,200 judicial opinions. VWC also administers the Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund, the Uninsured Employer’s Fund, and adjudicates claims under the Virginia Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Program. Headquartered in Richmond, Virginia, VWC operates regional offices in Bristol, Virginia Beach, Roanoke, Harrisonburg, Manassas, and Fairfax.
For more information about the VWC, visit www.workcomp.virginia.gov. For more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview, please call Charles Steepleton at 1-877-664-2566 or email questions@workcomp.virginia.gov.


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