Is Workers' Compensation primarily a "medical insurance" plan?
Nearly three quarters of US workers' compensation jurisdictions now incur more healthcare cost than “indemnity” costs (wage replacement for temporary disability workers' compensation claims) for the most common workplace injury claims.
For many years, NCCI has published charts like this one that was presented at the 2016 Annual Issues Symposium (Kathy Antonello, State of the Line 2016):
The total ...
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