Today’s issue of WorkCompRecap features some news from the Carolinas, with the release of another new study from the Workers’ Compensation Research Institute (WCRI)’s recent CompScope Benchmarks study series. This particular edition focuses on establishing useful baseline data to measure the future impact of 2011 reforms on North Carolina’s workers’ comp system, including key cost drivers.
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Also in the news today is South Carolina, who recently received a loss cost filing from NCCI, which, based upon NCCI’s review of the most recently available data, contained a proposed overall average workers’ compensation loss cost level change of +7.3% to become effective on July 1.
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