• 17
  • Sep2018

What is a Loss Sensitive Rating Plan?

A loss sensitive rating plan is an alternate method of financing an employer’s workers compensation risk from guaranteed cost programs.  Under a guaranteed cost policy, an employer pays a “fixed” premium each year based on the company’s rating classifications and payrolls, the one element which can vary during the course of the year is payroll, which

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  • 30
  • Aug2018

What is a High Deductible Workers Comp Program

As its name denotes, a high deductible workers comp policy or program is a method of insuring workers compensation risk with the employer assuming some of that risk in a deductible of $100,000, $250,000 or even higher per claim, and an insurer taking the remaining risk on. These types of policies are reserved for larger employers

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