Message Board FAQ
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This message board has been
created so individuals with an interest in worker compensation issues can
connect and discuss various topics. We do ask that you try to keep to the
topic of this forum.
Considering the real-time nature of this bulletin board it is impossible
for us to review messages or confirm the validity of information posted.
Please remember that we do not actively monitor the contents here.
We do not vouch for or warrant the accuracy, completeness or usefulness
of any message, and are not responsible for the contents of any message.
The messages express the views of the author of the message, not necessarily
Rules of Conduct:
You may not:
Learn! It's the key to survival in the workers comp. system.
Challenge other visitors with your questions and comments.
Release your anger at how the comp system has failed you and others.
Failure to comply with these simple common sense, common courtesy rules
will result in the removal of your message. Repeat offenders will be banned
from the system. So, please be nice!
Threaten or imply physical harm towards others.
Misrepresent who you are in the "Name" box. If you work for an insurance company show some integrity and state this in your posting.
Post advertisements, chain letters, pyramid schemes, or solicitations.
Post any URL's (web sites) unless they are related to our web site's
Harass other users. You may "flame-on" if warranted, but not needlessly.
Here are brief explanations regarding some of the questions you may
Can I put html tags anywhere in my posts?
- We have allowed HTML tags in the message body of your post. Please
do not abuse this option.
Why didn't my post show up?
- Your post most likely did not show up because your browser did not reload the page but simply pulled it out of cache. Click the "Reload" or "Refresh" button in your browser window and it should then appear. If it still doesn't appear, clear your cache.
Can I remain anonymous when I post?
- Yes, simply leave the e-mail line blank.