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ND: WSI Board of Directors Considering 3.3 Percent Workers’ Comp Rate Increase

BISMARCK, ND - Next week, the North Dakota Workforce Safety & Insurance (WSI) Board of Directors will consider a 3.3 percent increase in the state's workers' compensation rate that has been recommended by the WSI's actuary. According to WSI Director Bryan Klipfel, "The actuary believes...

NJ: Rate Revision Classification Experience

Trenton, NJ (CompNewsNetwork) - The latest individual classification experience (Schedule Z) has been compiled and will form the basis of the January 1, 2011 revision of manual rates. The data include New Jersey workers compensation and employers liability experience incurred under one year policies...

FL: IC Will Approve 7.8% WC Insurance Rate Increase

Tallahassee, FL (CompNewsNetwork) - Florida Insurance Commissioner Kevin McCarty today announced that he has advised the National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) that he would approve a rate filing to increase Florida's workers' compensation insurance rates by 7.8 percent to be effective...

DE Department of Labor Announces New Comp Rates for 2011-2012

You know it's summer when the new rate charts come out. The new rates are a sign of the season as much as flip flops, pitchers of lemonade and weekends in Rehoboth Beach -- or, for the more decadent, weekends in Dewey Beach (you know, that whole "what happens in Dewey, stays in Dewey...."...

As the Temperature Climbs, So Do the Rates: DE Dept. of Labor 2012-2013 Rates Released

I may be the lone wolf (along with Mike Sensor) here in the office this happy 5th of July, but nothing is gonna get past me and as the rest of you lay on those sweltering beaches, I am up on the skinny at the Department of Labor. Which is basically money, money and more of it....a whole new reason to...

As the Temperature Climbs, So Do the Rates: DE Dept. of Labor 2012-2013 Rates Released

I may be the lone wolf (along with Mike Sensor) here in the office this happy 5th of July, but nothing is gonna get past me and as the rest of you lay on those sweltering beaches, I am up on the skinny at the Department of Labor. Which is basically money, money and more of it....a whole new reason to...