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FLASH: CA Supreme Court Decides IMR Challenge The California Supreme Court has decided about another challenge to the independent medical review program. What are the arguments and most importantly what was the decision? Get the full story here. Read more here ... More...
FLASH: EquityComp Settlement -Nothing For Existing Customers CDI and EquityComp Settlement won’t change anything for previous policyholders. Read why right here. Read more here ... More...
FLASH: "Total Defeat” For Applied Underwriters’ EquityComp Program Rumored settlement between California Department of Insurance and Applied Underwriters is now official. CDI saiys: “Berkshire Hathaway subsidiary’s bait and switch marketing tactics halted by regulator agreement” How will this affect California employers? Get the story here. Read more here ... More...

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Rate Increases Limited to 25% For More Classes The Rating Bureau is looking to 2018 and is rolling out the class relativity sheets. Which industries are in line for big time increases in workers' comp rates next year? Get the story here. Read more here ... More...
Bureau Yields To Union Pressure The rating bureau is proposing a change in the dual wage threshold for carpentry and steel framing that is double what its standard methodology says is needed. How did a union change its mind and what impact will that have on employers? The full story is here. Read more here ... More...
Union Says Tesla’s Injury Rates Out Of Line A union sponsored report faults Tesla for wide ranging safety issues that endanger workers. Is the high-tech manufacturer also endangering the workers' comp rates that all auto manufacturers pay? Click here for the story. Read more here ... More...
Three More Carriers Settle IMR Complaints More claims shops put charged they delayed resolution of independent medical review cases behind them. Who settled and for how much? Read more here ... More...
Providers, Applicant’s Attorneys & Cappers Charged in Fraud An interesting fraud scheme that involves El Salvador, 10 Southern California applicant’s attorneys, capers and others has been broken up in Orange County. This is just phase one, we’re told. Click here to see how it’s done .. Read more here ... More...
Assembly Tasked With AB 2883 Fix SB 189, the fix for fiasco AB 2883, is headed for the Assembly. Does it fix the problem or make it worse? What still needs to happen? Click here to read all about it. Read more here ... More...
$32M In Premium Fraud Alleged An alleged premium fraud by an employer appears to be in excess of $32 million. Which carriers were hit in the latest alleged fraud to be broken up? Click here for the details. Read more here ... More...
California’s Excess Comp Market Grows Who are the major players in California’s excess workers' comp market these days? The latest market share report shows who is high on the sector and those who are backing away. Get the story here. Read more here ... More...
California’s Top 10 Carriers Steady In 2016 Here’s the Top Ten carriers (by premium) in California. Click here … Read more here ... More...
It’s A One Man Race for Insurance Commissioner The race for insurance commissioner is just a one-man show so far. Who has declared? Will there be any competition? How much money has been raised? Click here to find out. Read more here ... More...