The Financial Services Committee (FSC) of the House of Representatives recently held a hearing on the reauthorization of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act, also known as TRIA, which expires on December 31, ... Read More
The Indiana Supreme Court recently rendered three consolidated decisions regarding Indiana judges. The first is In the Matter of the Honorable Andrew Adams (19S-JD-386); the other two are similarly ... Read More
Effective June 17, 2019, N.J.S.A 34:15-95.6 became law in New Jersey. This law applies to dependents of public safety workers, who are defined as officers of a paid, partially-paid, or volunteer fire or ... Read More
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Texas Department of Insurance,
Division of Workers’ ... Read More
Workers Comp Statistical Significance Better Known As The Benchmark
Most discussions and articles concerning Workers Comp Statistical Significance center on the Experience Modification Factor and Loss ... Read More
At the 2019 SAWCA All- Committee Conference, Clarissa Preston and David Benedict from NCCI provided an update on legislative issues around the nation.
TRIA reauthorization is one of the most ... Read More
At the 2019 SAWCA All-Committee Conference, a panel of representatives from the insurance industry discussed a variety of issues. The speakers were:
Steve Nowak - Trean Corp
Mark Walls - Safety ... Read More
Effective June 17, 2019, N.J.S.A 34:15-95.6 became law in New Jersey. This law applies to dependents of public safety workers, who are defined as officers of a paid, partially-paid, or volunteer fire ... Read More
The Louisiana Department of Insurance (LDI) approved an NCCI loss cost filing for Louisiana resulting in a -8.4 percent rate change for the workers’ compensation market. The change will go into effect ... Read More
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