2021 Year In Review

It is time for Workers’ Comp Executive to provide a list of the most significant California workers’ compensation stories from the previous year. Some years, legislative developments like the 2012 passage of the Baker SB 863 workers’ comp reforms dominate the news. Other years’ market issues such as rising workers’ comp rates or insurance company … Read More »

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NJ Notices Suspension of Applied Underwriters

The New Jersey Department has ordered Applied Underwriters and various subsidiaries to show cause as to why its Continental Insurance Company subsidiary shouldn’t be suspended from transacting workers’ compensation insurance … Read More »

Audits Find Two Claims Shops Out of Normal Bounds

A recent audit of seventy claims paying locations including some workers’ comp carriers and self-insured employers collectively failed to pay over $400,000 in compensation to injured workers in 2013, according to a delayed report by the Division of Workers’ Compensation. Overall, auditors from the DWC medical unit found that the injured worker was owed compensation … Read More »

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