WorkersCompensation.com Expands Publication of it's Injured Worker Electronic Book Series

3 State specific editions represent first expansion of cutting edge e-book publication series for those "new or confused" in the workers' compensation system.

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Sarasota, FL (PRWEB) June 11, 2004

WorkersCompensation.com today announced the initial expansion of its successful e-book, "Where Do I Start? A Simple Guide for Injured Workers", with the publication of 3 state specific versions of the book. The 3 state versions, Colorado, Ohio and Illinois, are the first of the state specific versions to be released. Versions are currently in production for injured workers in New Jersey, California, Michigan and Maryland. The company has plans to produce a state specific version of the e-book for every state in the nation.

Development costs for these versions were supported by 3 sponsoring attorneys; Janice M. Greening of Englewood, CO, Bruce I. Nicholson of Dayton, OH and Joseph J. Spingola of Chicago, IL.

These state specific versions contain all of the general information originally published in the national version, but have had an entire section added addressing workers' compensation law and procedure within their designated state. According to Jim Malachowski, VP of Operations for WorkersCompensation.com, LLC, "Workers' compensation laws vary widely from state to state, and we believe these books are necessary to assist those individuals who are new to the system, and possibly overwhelmed by it. These books are a product of almost 5 years of management of the largest public workers' comp resource available."

The e-books, both state specific and national, are available for immediate download at http://www.workerscompensation.com.

WorkersCompensation.com, LLC is the nations leading source of information and services dedicated to employers, employees and the workers' compensation community. It serves millions of people a year providing information and services related to workers' compensation.

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