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Plagued by skyrocketing medical costs, arbitrary medical decisions, fraud and escalating legal challenges to treatment, the Workers’ Compensation system in California was in crisis in the late 1990s. By 2003, at the height of the crisis, employers were paying out an average of $6.45 in insurance premium per $100 of payroll. Despite the high rates, insurance companies were paying out $1.86 in claims costs for every $1.00 of premium collected. By 2004, year over year underwriting losses had forced 25 insurance carriers into insolvency.
A special presentation tailored specifically for business owners and executives.
Learn how your business might be impacted by new legislation.
OC Metro magazine includes SCM among their top ten choices.
SCM and Citizens Business Bank team up to present a series of Executive Roundtable Luncheons for business owners. Topics include economic trends and predictions, a review of the credit crunch and an actuarial analysis of the insurance marketplace.
Should it be first on your list, rather than last?