(L-R) Chairman Travis Turner, Human Resources Director / County Clerk Shanda Murphy, ACCG Marketing & Field Services Representative Joe Dan Thompson, Human Resources Coordinator Krystal Talley, and Commissioner Terry Goodge (photo White County)

(Cleveland)- White County government recently received a nice check in the amount of $42,431 that represents their share of a $6 million special cash distribution from the Association of County Commissioners of Georgia – Group Self-Insurance Workers  Compensation Fund.  

ACCG is Georgia’s county association and works on behalf of county officials and their communities by providing public policy and legislative advocacy, leadership development, civic and community engagement initiatives, insurance and retirement programs that specialize in local government needs, and other cost-saving programs.

ACCG Executive Director Dave Wills said, “This is the fifth time since 2016 that a special cash return has been issued to the members of the ACCG Workers Compensation Fund.”

ACCG provides workers’ compensation insurance to more Georgia county governments than all other insurers combined, and manages assets of over $280 million.

Since 1985, the program has returned more than $109 million to the participating members.