NCCI

Staff ReportsSeptember 7, 2018
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4min246
Increasing the federal minimum wage likely wouldn’t much affect the premiums employers pay for workers’ compensation insurance, according to an analysis by the organization that proposes rates for Florida and other states. “A minimum wage change would increase wages and wage-replacement benefits for injured minimum-wage workers,” the analysis by the National Council on Compensation Insurance, or […]

Michael MolineAugust 28, 2018
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4min500
The ratings agency that recommends workers’ compensation insurance premium levels in Florida on Monday recommended a 13.4 percent reduction, to take effect Jan. 1. A summary released by the National Council on Compensation Insurance, or NCCI, cites “continued significant improvement in loss experience.” “This is consistent with prior experience filings in Florida and in line […]

Michael MolineMarch 6, 2017
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5min316
The National Council on Compensation Insurance will take no position on a Senate bill that would require workers’ compensation carriers to propose their own rates to the Office of Insurance Regulation. “We don’t have an opinion in it. We operate in both environments,” Susan Donegan, chief regulatory services officer for NCCI, said in a telephone interview Monday. […]

Michael MolineFebruary 7, 2017
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5min528
The Office of Insurance Regulation and an organization that proposes workers’ compensation premium rates have filed legal briefs refuting arguments that they calculated Florida’s recent 14.5 percent rate hike in violation of the Sunshine Law. James Fee, a Miami workers’ compensation attorney fighting the increase, and a group of press and press-freedom organizations, had argued […]

Michael MolineJanuary 27, 2017
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6min631
The group behind a 14.5 percent workers’ compensation premium can’t get around Florida’s Sunshine Law by arguing that a single individual worked on the matter, and not a full-fledged internal committee, an appellate brief argues. The law holds that meetings by such committees at rating organizations like the National Council on Compensation Insurance, or NCCI, […]


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