Florida Workers’ Advocates Educational Conference
Representing Florida’s Workers for Over 30 Years
FWA 31st Educational Conference
June 3-4, 2021
JW Marriott – Grande Lakes
FWA appreciates the generous support of their numerous sponsors. Many sponsorship opportunities for FWA and the FWA Educational Conference are available. Information is available below.
The 2021 conference will be held at the JW Marriott at Grande Lakes in Orlando. More information will be posted soon.
Registration will be open soon. If you registered in 2020 and did NOT request a refund, you are automatically registered for 2021.
The health of our attendees, sponsors, conference staff and the staff of the hotel is of utmost concern. The planning team is currently engineering a safe and effective plan to hold this event IN PERSON! To download the curent JW Marriott COVID Protocols – CLICK HERE.
About the FWA Educational Conference
With 150 attendees from all over the state of Florida, the new 1.5 day format has increased networking, educational and sponsorship opportunities. Sponsorship areas located adjacent to meeting space facilitate attorney/sponsor interaction. Engaging and informative general session presentations and panels provide a world-class educational experience. Lunch, refreshments and cocktail reception are provided.
MEET OUR SPONSORS
Florida Workers’ Advocates has always valued its partnerships with numerous loyal companies that assist in the fight for Florida’s injured workers. There are multiple opportunities to support this organization including sponsorship of the Annual Educational Conference. Click on the graphic to download the 2021 Sponsorship Packet. Thank you for your support. If you have other questions, email us at: email@example.com
Thursday Agenda (June 3)
7:30-8:00 – Registration
8:00-12:00 – General Session & Exhibits
12:00-1:30 – Lunch & Awards
1:30-5:00 – General Session & Exhibits
5:00-7:00 – Cocktail Reception
Friday Agenda [June 4]
8:00-12:00 – General Session & Exhibits
12:00 – Conference Close
12:00-1:00 – Board Lunch
1:00-5:00 – Board Meeting
Countdown to 2021 Conference
Florida Workers’ Advocates Mission
The purpose of the FWA is to protect and defend the workforce of Florida and particularly the rights of Florida‘s injured workers by providing a medium for cooperation and continuing education among lawyers representing the interests of injured and disabled workers and other persons interested in promoting injured workers and providing fair and just treatment to those workers who suffer workplace injuries and those who are dependent upon them.
To achieve this purpose, the FWA seeks to attract and promote the involvement of compassionate, dedicated individuals and organizations committed to the highest degree of professionalism and the protection of the rights of injured workers, and may take such action and engage in such activities, or assist other persons or organizations in such action or activities, as are consistent with the overall purpose and goals of the organization, including, but not limited to reaching out to and working with groups interested in providing fair and just treatment of Florida’s injured workers and their families encouraging active citizenship of its members through personal involvement and financial participation in the state elective process at the state and local level; assisting candidates for elective public office; educating and informing government officials and other organizations; striving to influence the passage or defeat of legislation to create fairness for injured workers, require benefits be furnished in a timely manner, and insure access to the courts; and participating in appropriate legal or administrative actions.
In support of this purpose, the FWA may also through a political action committee seek voluntary contributions from individuals and entities for the purpose of influencing the selection, nomination, election or appointment of any individual to any state or local public office and to foster positive legislation to promote a fair balance for all stakeholders in the workers’ compensation system.