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Interplay Between Reinsurance and Self-Insured Workers’ Compensation

There is a somewhat complicated statutory scheme in many states concerning an employer’s ability to self-insure its workers’ compensation obligations. Reinsurance often plays a role where an employer self-insures. Typically, that role is to provide “reinsurance” in excess of a self-insured retention to protect the employer’s top end.  If an employer fails to insure or … Continue Reading

Is an Excess Insurer Bound By Decision of Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board?

Certain types of personal injuries are often adjudicated, at least in part, in front of quasi-governmental boards. For example, where an employer self-insures for workers’ compensation, claims by employees will be adjudicated before the workers’ compensation board governing that employer if they are not paid as demanded. Nearly every employer that self-insures for workers’ compensation … Continue Reading
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