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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...
FLASH: Jones Happy & SCIF Wants To Increase Staff Did the State Senate's first oversight hearing in the better part of a decade shed any light on State Compensation Insurance Fund? Not the light they wanted. What are the key issues and the potential solution? Read more here ... More...
FLASH: Lumbermen's Is Left Gasping From PEO-Staffing Tax Scandal A PEO failure has also brought down an insurance company. Click here to find out who the players are and how many businesses in California are affected.  Read more here ... More...

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Workers’ Comp Rate Cut Likely What's behind the unexpected improvement in workers' comp losses? Should the 1/1 filing have been different? Could it be the recent reforms? They may be working in some areas but not all. Get the details here. Read more here ... More...
Bankrupt PEO Likely Tanks Carrier Partner   Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones’ Failure could mean California employers will be picking up the tab for unpaid workers' comp claims. What's the latest in the case of Lumbermen's Underwriting Alliance and its security deposits?  Get the story here. Read more here ... More...
Combating California’s Underground Economy How to combat the growing underground economy is the question.  Has any progress been made in the last 30 years and how should we proceed now? Get the full story here. Read more here ... More...
Contractor Arrested For Denying Workers’ Comp Benefits, Hiding Payroll State investigators and the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office say they caught a contractor cheating on his workers' comp carrier and his workers. What were supposedly the devastating results? Click here for the details.  Read more here ... More...
SB 863 Surgery Center Payment Reductions Slightly Greater Than Expected At least one section of the SB 863 reforms are working as well if not better than expected. What's been the overall impact on payments to ambulatory surgery centers and physicians' responses to the cuts? Get the story here. Read more here ... More...
Proposed Return-To-Work Regulations Rejected The Department of Industrial Relations is circulating a new draft set of regulations to implement the $120 million program. What's different in the new regulations and when might the dollars start flowing? Get the latest here. Read more here ... More...
New Analysis Tool From Compline A new tool from Compline makes it easier to know understand carriers appetite and place business. Click here to see it.  Read more here ... More...
Jury Trial Re Employment Status Of Drivers Can 20th century employment standards survive in a 21st century economy? One judge indicates that they are a poor fit for each other, but says that's the task for a jury. Are your people employees or contractors? Click here to get the full story. Read more here ... More...
TriNet Moves Workers’ Comp Coverage A fast growing professional employer organization (PEO) is moving the workers comp coverage for one of its three operating units. Where is the business going and what prompted the move after 14 years with its prior carrier? Get the story here. Read more here ... More...