Dual Wage Thresholds to Get Wider Range

The Workers’ Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau will be filing to increase the wage threshold that separates over a dozen construction classifications into high and low wage groupings with vastly different … Read More »

This content is only available to premium subscribers. Please login here log in

Read More »

New Insidious Form of Fraud

The crooks are back. It’s no surprise in California that after every reform there are those who figure out how to screw the system. Despite several years of workers’ comp … Read More »

This content is only available to premium subscribers. Please login here log in

Read More »

Variable Split X-Mod Plan Under Fire

The Workers’ Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau held a hastily called webinar after upset brokers flooded the California Department of Insurance with comments opposing the state’s move to a variable split … Read More »

This content is only available to premium subscribers. Please login here log in

Read More »

WCIRB Regulatory Proposal Faces Opposition

Employers are asking Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones to hold off on adopting one section of the Workers’ Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau’s proposed regulations for 2017. It is the section dealing … Read More »

This content is only available to premium subscribers. Please login here log in

Read More »

Rating Bureau Approves Amended Filing

The Workers’ Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau’s Governing Committee just approved amending its rate filing for Jan. 1, 2017 workers’ comp policies to a recommended 4.3% reduction compared to the 2.6% … Read More »

Dual Wage Threshold Calculation Changing

The Workers’ Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau is moving to change the way it calculates and updates the wage threshold for the 18 construction classifications in the state’s dual wage system. … Read More »

This content is only available to premium subscribers. Please login here log in

Read More »