Will 10,000 Employers Be Added To Experience Rating?

The Workers’ Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau says its experience rating model can effectively rate employers with expected annual losses as low as $500 but is considering a go-slow approach that would lower the rating threshold in stages. The WCIRB is looking at adding 10,000 of the 300,000 employers that it believes can be effectively rated … Read More »

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Brother, Sister Guilty In Workers’ Comp Premium Fraud Case

Sacramento area prosecutors secured guilty verdicts against a brother and sister who avoided paying the workers’ compensation insurance premiums they legitimately owed by hiding the true size of their landscaping business. It’s not the first time the pair have been in trouble for payroll issues. The duo also cheated the state’s Employment Development Department out … Read More »

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New Market for Auto Shops AAU Comp, an El Segundo-based workers’ comp subsidiary of USG Holdings, has set up shop in California and launched its first program for the state’s workers’ comp market, but company officials say it won’t be the last. Initially, the program manager is targeting small auto repair shops and oil change … Read More »

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