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FLASH: Mid-Year Rate Cut Approved The Insurance Commission approved a mid-year workers' comp rate cut for California employers. How much was approved? Click here for the details.  Read more here ... More...
FLASH: Return-To-Work Fund Open & Easy-Peasy The Department of Industrial Relations cleared its last regulatory hurdle and is prepared to beginning receiving applications from injured workers for a share of the new $120 million return-to-work fund. Who can apply and when will the applications be accepted? Get the details here. Read more here ... More...
FLASH: Gigantic Rate Cut For 7/1 – Here it is Carriers did their best to limit the size of the Workers' Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau's mid-year rate reduction but in the end supported filing one. How big is the cut and will carriers follow it? Get the story here. Read more here ... More...

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Dual Wage Threshold Increases Coming The Workers' Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau is again considering raising the hourly wage threshold for some dual wage construction classifications. Who is going to be hit and how hard? Read more here ... More...
Court Upholds Banning PEOs, Temp Firms, and Staffing Companies From Self-Insurance A self-insured employer challenged the constitutionality of an SB 863 reform provision governing who can and cannot be self-insured for workers' comp. What's the impact of the court's decision? Read more here ... More...
Workers’ Comp Gender Bias Bill Clears Assembly Applicant attorneys who will profit form the bill, and their partners from labor are back with a new attempt to chip away at the apportionment rules for workers' comp permanent disability ratings. What is under consideration this time around and how much will it increase employers costs? Read more here ... More...
CIGA Assessments To Climb In 2016 Assessments on California employers are rising for 2016. How did the California’s Department of Insurance contribute to these costs” How high will they be? Read more here ... More...
CompWest Expands Appetite For California Workers’ Comp Changes are afoot at CompWest Insurance Company and company leadership sat down for an exclusive interview with Workers' Comp Executive. What can employers and brokers expect from this increasingly active workers' comp market? Read more here ... More...
State Fund Reporting Dubious First Quarter Improvement – Oops ! State Fund's first quarter 2015 financials show some improvement, but not everything is as it seems. Is State Fund actually getting more efficient? Click here for the story. Read more here ... More...
California's Workers' Comp Combined Trails Nation California's workers' comp industry is showing an improving combined ratio, but is still trailing national averages. How does the Golden State compare and what's behind the changes? Read more here ... More...
Draft Interpreter Fee Regulations Generating Controversy The Division of Workers' Compensation's draft regulations for a new interpreter fee schedule have many in the industry crying foul. Why is the Division being accused of discrimination? Get the story here. Read more here ... More...