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Best Workers Comp Markets Are In 14 States

Workers Comp Markets Are In 14 States The best Workers Comp markets in the US exist in 14 states.   According to an annual R Street policy study, these 14 states had the best Workers Comp markets (scored 10 of 10): Alabama Florida Georgia Iowa Illinois Indiana Mississippi North Carolina

Monopolistic State Funds vs Competitive State Funds

Monopolistic  vs Competitive State Funds All competitive state funds are a hybrid sort of insurance carrier. A few weeks ago, I posted on whether State Funds are necessary for Workers Compensation coverage. One of the blog readers posted a response which pointed out that State Funds should be analyzed by

Pinnacol – Different View – Colorado Agent Disagreed

Different View of Colorado’s Pinnacol  I decided to publish a different view of Pinnacol.  One of my blog readers that is an agent in Colorado disagreed with what I had said about Pinnacol in one of my recent posts. The verbatim quote is in the next few paragraphs. I may

Pinnacol Wants To Become Mutual Company In Near Future

Mutual Company  – Pinnacol Wants To Be One Pinnacol becoming a mutual company generates a litany of tax questions.  One of my devout blog readers has asked why would Pinnacol offer so much $ for its autonomy. I did leave that part out of my last few posts Pinnacol. Pinnacol

Colorado – Pinnacol Is Willing To Pay How Much For What?

Colorado – Pinnacol Is Willing To Pay Recently, I posted an article on Colorado’s Workers Comp carrier Pinnacol offering a staggering figure ($200 million) for autonomy. I had thought that Colorado would take the $ as the Colorado Legislature’s raiding of the company’s surplus to the tune of $500 million

Colorado’s Pinnacol Is Willing To Pay $200,000,000 For What?

Colorado’s Pinnacol Pays $200,000,000 Did Colorado’s Pinnacol just buy its independence?  I usually am able to comprehend most things that happen in the World of Workers Comp. When I read the headlines that Pinnacol is willing to pay $200 million to have more autonomy, I was flabbergasted, to say the

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