Workers' Comp Executive
The California Department of Insurance says it has a range of options for sanctioning brokers that place clients in an illegal or unlicensed workers' comp program.
Take a look at the actions can be taken by the department against brokers.
The first wave of the coronavirus in the U.S. seems to have passed, as businesses move to reopen in many states and some people begin to return to work. In the same vein, quoting volumes are starting to stabilize, according to Insurance Technologies Corporation's (ITC) latest "State of Insurance Rating COVID-19 Weather Report."
on the findings of this report.
While the pace of new developments has slowed somewhat, there are still workplace law updates you need to know about.
Here is a summary of the top stories.
NCCI is tracking COVID-19 related legislation around the country and at the federal level. A of June 2, at least 18 states have proposed workers compensation bills related to COVID-19, including expanding coverage for certain workers.
Here is a summary of those bills.
Risk & Insurance
California Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara issued an order adopting emergency workers' compensation regulations in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
See more on the regulations required of insurance companies.
As businesses reopen and workers' comp compensability laws proliferate, employers have their hands full staying in compliance with a myriad of rules for keeping workers safe.
Check out the latest developments.
Protecting yourself in the event of damage, loss, illness or death is what insurance is for. When it comes to claims, there have been more than a handful of offbeat occurrences.
Take a look at the weirdest insurance claims and policies to date.