Conn. Workers’ Comp Filing Seeks Small Boost

October 6, 2005

The organization representing Connecticut’s workers’ compensation insurers has filed for revised loss costs for the voluntary and involuntary markets for January, 2006.

The National Council on Compensation Insurance is requesting
an overall pure premium level increase of 0.8 percent for the voluntary market. The filing also proposes an overall increase in assigned risk rates of 1.7 percent from the current assigned risk rates, according to Laura Backus Hall, NCCI state relations executive.

The NCCI filing is currently being reviewed by the Connecticut Insurance Department, which has not yet set a date for a public hearing.

Topics Workers' Compensation Connecticut

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