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California Private Self-Insured Claim Frequency Edged Down in 2010, But Average Claim Costs Rose

Workers’ compensation claim frequency among private self-insured employers in California registered a slight decline last year, but only because the incidence of low cost medical-only claims declined according to a new California Workers’ Compensation Institute (CWCI) analysis of data compiled...

California Private Self-Insured Claim Frequency Edged Down in 2010, But Average Claim Costs Rose

Workers’ compensation claim frequency among private self-insured employers in California registered a slight decline last year, but only because the incidence of low cost medical-only claims declined according to a new California Workers’ Compensation Institute (CWCI) analysis of data compiled...

Initial Data on 2012 Private Self-Insured Claims Show Stable Claim Frequency, Declining Severity

Workers’ compensation claim frequency among California’s private self-insured employers showed almost no change in 2012 as a slight increase in the incidence of medical-only claims was offset by a slight reduction in indemnity claim frequency according to a California Workers’ Compensation...