New Mexico AG Wants In…
A federal judge will hear a familiar argument next week in the ongoing litigation between Applied Underwriters and the California Department of Insurance. Why is the New Mexico Attorney General looking to have a say in the matter? Get the latest details by clicking here.
What are the key differences between the Bureau’s push for a rate increase and the public’s recommendation for a rate decrease? Which parts caught the Department’s interest? Get the story here.
California’s usually quiet excess workers' comp market is evolving. Which carriers are increasing and which de-creasing market share? What’s happening to premium? What impact did the pandemic have on coverage availabil-ity? Premium subscribers can get the details from the real trenches by clicking here.
One of the last major defendants in a wide-ranging investigation of workers' comp fraud in Cali-fornia is finally going to trial. What was the alleged scam and who was involved? Get the details here.
Circus operators could soon see a significant rate cut if planned changed to their classification are adopted. How will it affect employers in related classes? Get the story here.
The anti-fraud funding awards for 36 district attorneys are now official. Who is getting more money this year than last? Get the story here.
A California Court had some sharp words in a case involving the failed Tower Insurance companies. It is an amazing set of circumstances. What are the claims and which ones will go forward? Click here for the details.
California’s workers' comp costs are likely to increase as a result of recent changes. Is this a sign that a new round of reforms are needed? Industry expert Mark Webb has an opinion. Click here to get the full story.
The trucking industry is making another run at overturning AB 5. How is their argument evolving? Get the de-tails here.
Workers’ Comp Executive breaks the news that the Workers Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau is consider-ing a dramatic expansion of experience rating. What are its plans? Premium subscribers can the details here.
California employers are about to give the states District Attorneys $46 million to fight workers' comp fraud. Are the DAs being held accountable? Get the story by clicking here.