According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDCP), workplace deaths in the United States have dropped by nearly half over the last two decades. The Center credits new technology, stricter safty regulations, and a shift in the economy toward safer service-industry jobs.
The C...Read More
According to WestLaw, the Washington Supreme Court has agreed to an appeal of a lower state court decision that held that an insurance adjuster was practicing law without a license when she persuaded an automobile accident victim to waive her rights to sue in return for a settlement that covered onl...Read More
After reviewing statewide yearend 2000 loss data, the WCIRB has elected to not
to file for an interim July 1, 2001 increase in advisory pure premium rates. An
interim filing was being considered as losses have been deteriorating throughout
The WCIRB's review of the yearend 2000 ...Read More
Profits in the workers' compensation insurance industry have declined an astonishing 86 percent since 1998. The first nine months of 2000 saw an industry total profit of $144 million compared to $1 billion during the same period in 1998, according to Weiss Ratings, Inc.
The general property...Read More
The U.S. Department of Labor reports that workplace injuries and illnesses declined nationally for the seventh year in 1999. The rate for 1999 was the lowest
since the Bureau began reporting this information in the early 1970s .
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The WorkComp Executive reported today that Western Growers Insurance Co. signed an agreement with Paula Insurance Co. allowing Paula to renew and obtain new business from Western Growers.
Western Growers has been in the news of late having been ...Read More
According to the WorkComp ExecutiveWestern Growers Insurance Co. is preparing to plans to cease writing new business in California at the beginning of the year.
Per the Executive web site, Don Dressler, president of the agriculture-specific insurance compa...Read More