As Federal Case Crumbles…
Applied Underwriters suffers another defeat in court. What’s next in its fight to regain control of California Insurance Company? Get the story here.
California’s apportionment rules are again a target for would be reforms. Can a compromise be reached? Get the story here.
An industry pundit says AB 1465’s assault on the California workers' comp system is threatening to roll back the clock to a time of excess. How are backers misrepresenting what the bill would do? Get the details by clicking here.
California taxpayers are paying nearly $1Billion more to provide workers' comp benefits to state workers. Which departments see the most frequency and severity.? Get the details by clicking here.
A key figure in California’s staffing industry is facing new criminal charges. Who are the feds going after and for what? Click here for the details.
Legislation is moving to expand the use of workers' comp presumptions in California. Who would benefit and at what cost? Get the story here.
No Workers’ Comp Insurance…
Results from a statewide task force targeting the underground economy and scofflaw employers are in. What of-fenses were found and what industries are the worst offenders? You may be surprised. Get the details here.
The California Insurance Guarantee Association is about to inherit another failed insurance carrier. Who is it and how big of a hit will it be? Get the story here.
The Division of Workers' Compensation says a proposed update to the copy service fee schedule is nearly ready for public review. What are the lingering issues and how might they impact the system? The details are right here.
Work is underway for the next filing for advisory pure premium rates. What developments have industry actuaries concerned and how might it affect the filing? Get the story here.
Workers' comp presumptions are a popular tool for legislative gifts to special interests. Who is getting more now? And who is paying for it? Get the story here.