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How can I keep my workers compensation premium from going up?

For such a simple insurance product workers compensation can cause so many problems! And one of those persistent problems for many employers is the seemingly never ending increase in premium some of them get to face every day. Truth of the … Continue reading

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A Workers Comp Problem With Garage Risks Code 8380, 8391 and Using Clerical Code 8810

Classification codes cause problems. It’s not their fault. They’re just numbers. But the kind of numbers that cause a lot of folks a lot of trouble! And one of those problems is when a garage business classifies counter help in … Continue reading

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How To Add A Workers Compensation Code To Your Policy

How do you know if you need to add a new workers compensation code to your policy? Good question! And my answer will probably be, you don’t! But in this post we’ll talk about a few things you should keep … Continue reading

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Project Classification Workers Compenstion Code 5645, Code 5437 and Code 5403 – Associated Problems and Mistakes

Residential carpentry is a workers compensation class that includes many employers. And misunderstanding the relationship between residential carpentry construction not exceeding three stories in height 5645, interior carpentry 5437 and carpentry noc 5403 has caused problems for many employers over many years resulting … Continue reading

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Change Auditors Change Classification Codes – What’s up with that?

We were recently asked to review a file by an insurance company underwriting department. The insurance company had changed independent auditors from the previous year. The same insurance company insured this employer for several years. After completion of the audit by the new … Continue reading

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