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Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) was originally developed by employers and unions in the early 1990s, primarily in the union concentrated states of California, New York and Illinois. Legislation created the legal alternative to the statutory system, granting employers and unions in the construction industry the authority to “carve out” the current statutory system and implement an alternative workers’ compensation system through collective bargaining.

In California, Labor Code 3201.5 effective July 1993, permitted the establishment of a program whereas, a union and an employer or group of employers in the construction industry could collectively bargain to create an alternative to statutory workers’ compensation using ADR. The use of ADR by Unions grew over time for one simple reason: IT WORKS.

The Laborer’s ADR Workers’ Compensation Program began in early 1995 with the signing of the Workers’ Compensation Agreement between…

If you have any questions regarding the operation of the Laborer’s ADR Group Workers’ Compensation Program, please contact the Program Administrator, Chris R. Reinhardt, CIC at 1-800-UNIONADR (800) 864-6623 or email.
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Administrator

UnionADR, LLC
CA License #OK 21323
Chris R. Reinhardt, CIC
P.O. Box U
Moreno Valley, CA 92556

(800) 864-6623
Outside CA Call: (909) 234-7290
Fax: (909) 494-4164
chrisr@unionadr.com


Ombudsperson

Barbara Shogren Lies
Shogren Services, LLC
7177 Brockton Ave., Suite 101
Riverside, CA 92506

(800) 905-7595
Fax: (951) 788-0320
ADR@shogrenservices.com

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