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CWCI: Private Self-Insured Incurred Losses Climbed 4.2% in 2011

By Jim Sams (Senior Editor)

Monday, July 23, 2012 | 0

Private self-insured employers incurred losses of $620 million in 2011, up 4.2% from the amount incurred the previous year, as lost-time claims frequency edged up a fraction and medical-only claims declined slightly, the California Workers' Compensation Institute reported.Using data from the California Office of Self Insurance Plans, CWCI said private self-insureds' total claims frequency for 2011 dropped to 3.66 per 100 employees from 3.68 in 2010. Claims frequency is down sharply from 2002, when it stood at 6.01 per 100 employees. Most of the decline, however, happened from 2002 thro...

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