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INSURED The insured is a water and sewer pump company and employs 27. There are additional employees in two other states.   SITUATION An employee had undergone gall bladder surgery. He was released back to work full duty (without restrictions) three weeks later. READ MORE >>

INSURED This chain of full-service automobile dealerships employs more than 500 people divided into three work classes – dealer, auto sales people and clerical. The company does more than $250 million in business. SITUATION The frequency and severity of claims being incurred by the employer were staggering. READ MORE >>

INSURED The insured is an HVAC service company with approximately 23 employees and estimated sales of $4 million. SITUATION The company was in serious danger of losing one of its biggest accounts, a leading national paper manufacturer. READ MORE >>

INSURED Located in Wisconsin, this auto repair business also does retail parts sales and auto dismantling. The company employs seven people. SITUATION The Rating Board showed up unannounced to undertake a classification audit. READ MORE >>

INSURED This company specializes in glass for commercial entrances and storefronts, construction glazing and retail glass sales. With 40 employees, the company has sales revenue in 2005 of approximately $2.5 million. Situation The CWCAs began insuring this client in 1995. READ MORE >>

INSURED School for "Exceptional Children" (autism, down syndrome, etc.); 300 employees; safety committee 19 staff members. SITUATION 1.88 experience mod, 300% loss ratio, which means the insurance company paid out to doctors, pharmacies, and other medical providers three times more than the premium paid to the insurance company by the School. READ MORE >>

INSURED This grading contractor employs 42 people with annual revenues of approximately $3 million. SITUATION The company had been with the same broker for 21 years. The broker had never audited or verified the insured’s Experience Modification Factor and routinely accepted the Mod Worksheet provided by NCCI as accurate and correct. READ MORE >>

INSURED The insured is an outdoor sign company with fewer than 10 employees. The company’s annual revenue is just under $2,000,000. SITUATION The company’s annual premium was extremely high based on the number of employees and the level of duties of the workers. READ MORE >>

INSURED This employer is a privately owned practice of speech-language pathologists, servicing various medical and academic settings. The company employs upwards of 30 people. SITUATION The company was experiencing abnormally high premiums due to a SCOPES (rating bureau’s manual of business classifications) Manual classification code rate of 2. READ MORE >>

INSURED This assembler of office furniture employs 86 and has revenues in excess of $32 million annually. SITUATION The employer saw its Experience Mod escalating steadily up to 1.22. ASSESSMENT The CWCAs found one reason for the increase in the Experience Mod was the claim reserve for an employee who suffered a shoulder injury, resulting in numerous surgeries. READ MORE >>

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