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Special Series: Workers' Comp 20/20 - What Will Workers' Comp Look Like In The Year 2020?

Sarasota, FL (CompNewsNetwork) - This week we are pleased to announce the launch of our new series, "Workers' Comp 20/20", which is designed to both forecast where the industry is going, and generate dialogue that will contribute to that process. Essentially we are asking, "What will...

Demand For More Timely Workers' Compensation Information Soars

More workers’ compensation professionals are turning to social media to stay abreast of the constantly changing and increasingly complex workers’ compensation market. In less than five years, the Work Comp Analysis Group (WCAG) on LinkedIn, founded and managed by Mark Walls, Marsh’s...

The Profitability of the Workers' Compensation Insurance Industry

John Burton's Workers' Compensation Resources Research Report analyzes the latest A.M. Best report As explained in the November 2014 issue of Workers' Compensation Resources Research Report (WCRRR), the operating ratio is the "most comprehensive measure of underwriting results because...

Workers' Compensation Resources Research Report Issue 9

Issue 9 of the Workers’ Compensation Resources Research Report contains the first of a series of issues that provide an Overview of Workers’ Compensation . Part I discusses the origins of workers’ compensation programs in the U.S. early in the 20th century, the objectives of a modern...

Innovations in Workers’ Compensation Regulation From the IAIABC Conference, 2016

By Elizabeth Connellan Smith, Counsel, Verrill Dana LLP, Portland, ME Innovation isn’t always the first word associated with the regulation of workers’ compensation, but innovation was in the forefront of the Commissioners and Associate Members Roundtable on Tuesday, September 27, 2016...