Confusion on California WC Statistics WCIRB WCAN WCRI – Three trusted statistical providers that now have me confused on whether or not SB 863 actually
California Claims Adjustment Costs Very Expensive The California claims adjustment costs are massive when compared to other states. The Workers Compensation Action Network (WCAN) published
Workers Compensation Action Network Workers Compensation Action Network (WCAN) produced another great graphic on the Workers Comp situation in California. Click here for the chart.
WCRI 2021 State of the States: Selective Findings The WCRI 2021 State of the States was extremely informative as it has been every year that
A Work Comp Audit vs. Closing On A Home A Work Comp audit may remind someone of their first or subsequent home closings. A list
California AB 1643 Warning Memo From WCAN The new California AB 1643 House Bill has caused quite a bit of controversy. WCAN has produced a
California CWCI Publishes Quarterly Report on IMR Statistics – The Other Numbers The California CWCI (California Workers Compensation Institute) recently published a spotlight report on
California Workers Comp System Reforms Fizzled? The California Workers Comp System was supposed to reduce costs after SB 863 was enacted in 2013. SB 899
California’s Workers Compensation Difficulties California’s Workers Compensation difficulties may have subsided for a few years. However, it seems that it was only a temporary situation.
California SB 863 California SB 863 was supposed to be a cost-cutting measure for all parties involved in their WC system. Last week, the WCIRB
Claim Costs Effect on Rates Direct and Delayed The claim costs effect has a direct but delayed relationship on insurance rates. California’s Workers Comp Action
The Workers Comp Action Network produces great summary charts for California work comp analysis. They have once again made the complicated much simpler with their
California’s WC Reform Not Yet A Cost Saver A few startling numbers from California’s WC Reform are listed below. One wonders if the reform is
Thumbs Up – California SB 863 Webinar According to sponsors, the SB 863 Webinar turnout was massive. That is to be expected with such a confusing
E-Mod (Ex-Mod) Review Of Outstanding Reserves An E-Mod (Ex-Mod) review is something to leave to the experts. Usually, approximately one third of the Total
California’s Insurance Commissioner Says Zero Increase California Insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner today recommended a 0% rate increase for advisory rates effective July 1, 2009. I was