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Loss Development Factor – Do I Need One – How Do I Get One

Loss Development Factor Critical For Self Insurance Do I need Loss Development Factor? Loss Development Factors (LDF’s) are one of the under-the-radar parts of the Workers Compensation system.   This was a question received last week by a reader that found the blog on Google. LDF’s can be thought of very

Reinsurance/Excess Insurance Market Hardens

Reinsurance Market No Longer Soft The reinsurance/excess Insurance Market has started to change from a commodity marketplace.  The excess insurance market is usually the bellwether for the rest of  the marketplaces. Reinsurance/Excess Insurance is basically defined as a risk management technique.  The employer will purchase this type of insurance to

Safety and EMods – Highlights From My Presentation From Today

Presentation Highlights – Safety and EMods Are Very Related How Safety and EMods intermingle was the basis for most of the highlights from my presentation. The NC Mid State Safety Council was kind enough to ask me to do a presentation on how safety programs impact an employer’s bottom line from

Self Insured Pools – Are They Really Worth It?

Self Insured Pools Are Really Worth It ? Self Insured pools for Workers Compensation can be a great risk management technique. An employer that is not large enough to be self insured may find that pooling their premiums and risk with homogenous entities to be a great budget saving technique.

Workers Comp Self Insureds LDF Is Experience Mod

Workers Comp Self Insureds Have an LDF The LDF (Los Development Factor) equates to the E-Mod for self insureds.  I have posted a few times in the past on Self Insureds thinking they are out of the Workers Comp E-Mod system. Actually, nothing could be further from the truth. I

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