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FLASH: Return-To-Work Fund Open & Easy-Peasy The Department of Industrial Relations cleared its last regulatory hurdle and is prepared to beginning receiving applications from injured workers for a share of the new $120 million return-to-work fund. Who can apply and when will the applications be accepted? Get the details here. Read more here ... More...
FLASH: Gigantic Rate Cut For 7/1 – Here it is Carriers did their best to limit the size of the Workers' Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau's mid-year rate reduction but in the end supported filing one. How big is the cut and will carriers follow it? Get the story here. Read more here ... More...
FLASH: Mid-Year Workers' Comp Rate Decrease Wait! What? A mid year workers’ comp rate decrease? How much? When? Get the story here. Read more here ... More...

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Berkshire Hathaway’s EquityComp Program Problems Applied Underwriter’s EquityComp Program is challenged. A California employer makes allegations of rate fluctuations and loss development factor changes. Are your clients affected? Find out what some say are serious issues with the program, click here … Read more here ... More...
Multiple Components In The Proposed Workers’ Comp Rate Cut What are the factors driving down the Workers' Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau's rate indication for California workers' comp carriers? The Bureau says there are still cost problems, but even the outlook for these trouble spots could be improving. Click here for the story. Read more here ... More...
Are Workers’ Comp Carriers A Cost Driver ? A key Senate Committee held an oversight hearing to ascertain where the SB 863 regulations are working and where they are failing. What are the additional reforms that one vocal group says needs to be made to achieve the initial goals? Get the story here. Read more here ... More...
Construction Foreman Sentenced, Owner Faces Trial In Workers’ Comp Fraud Case One man is going to jail and another is awaiting trial for stealing workers' wages and cheating their workers' comp carrier. Who was involved and how much was at stake? Get the details here. Read more here ... More...
Los Angeles Public Safety Agencies Awash In Excessive Workers’ Comp Claims Cities and counties are trying to avoid financial liability for a group of workers' comp claims and to shift the costs to small employers. What's the story? Get the details here. Read more here ... More...
Copy Service Fee Schedule Regulations Near The Division of Workers' Compensation is nearly wrapped up with the regulations to implement a copy service fee schedule. What will carriers and employers be paying for copy services if the package is approved? Get the story here.  Read more here ... More...
Brown, Jones Reappoint Business And Labor Representatives To Workers’ Comp Panels Two top elected officials were busy making appointments – reappointments actually – to two key panels for the state's workers' comp community. Who will continue to represent the interests of business and labor? Click here for the details. Read more here ... More...
Failed Fronting Deal Between Companion, Dallas National The failed fronting arrangement between Dallas National insurance company/Freestone Insurance and Companion Property & Casualty is spawning another lawsuit to assign financial blame. Who is involved and how many millions are at stake? Click here for the details. Read more here ... More...
Los Angeles County Trying to Shift Claims To Private Employers Workers' comp costs are high in Southern California but a new report says they are artificially high at two key public agencies. How much is the culture of workers' comp claims costing taxpayers? Get the story here. Read more here ... More...