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 »

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Bureau Adopts New Rate Filing Schedule

California employers used to workers’ comp rates being updated every January 1st and sometimes (nearly every) July 1st will soon have to adjust to a new schedule. The Workers’ Compensation … Read More »

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CDI Limits ACORD Form

The California Department of Insurance is asking the workers’ comp community not to collect responses to two questions that are on the standard workers’ comp application – the Association for … Read More »

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What Will the 2019 Rate Cut Be?

Presiding over his last workers’ comp rate hearing, Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones heard from employers and organized labor through their actuary. It was like a concert that the insurance industry’s … Read More »

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2019 Rate Cut Could Go Deeper

Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones is hearing from the insurance industry that California’s 2019 pure premium rates should come down another 4.5% as part of an eighth straight workers’ comp rate … Read More »

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