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REGULATORY, LEGISLATIVE & LEGAL
March 05, 2021
Legislative Activity is an online resource for viewing relevant workers compensation-related bills that NCCI monitors for all jurisdictions and the federal government. This important resource includes real-time COVID-19 legislative information.
COVID-19 Court Cases (PDF)
February 18, 2021
This report provides an overview of COVID-19-related state and federal cases with potential implications for workers compensation insurance.
2020 Regulatory and Legislative Trends Report
August 31, 2020
An overview of key legislative, regulatory, judicial, and other developments affecting the workers compensation system including activity to address workers compensation presumptions of compensability in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
NCCI’s Compensability—Statutory Survey (PDF)
June 24, 2020
As a reference tool, NCCI’s Compensability—Statutory Survey compiles statutory standards of compensability for states where NCCI is a rating or advisory organization.
2020-2021 Rate Filing Season What You Need to Know
July 16, 2020
NCCI will submit loss cost/rate filings to state insurance departments for regulatory review and approval in accordance with past years’ jurisdiction-specific filing submission timelines.
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QEB Employment Scenario Tool
December 08, 2020
Quarterly Economics Briefing (QEB) Employment Scenario Tool enables users to explore employment scenarios as discussed in NCCI’s Third Quarter 2020
QEB and take a deeper dive into states and industries of interest.
COVID-19 and Workers Compensation: Frequency Assumptions Update
November 5, 2020
This research brief examines recent data and research pertaining to the various frequency-related assumptions discussed in the research brief, COVID-19 and Workers Compensation: Modeling Potential Impacts, and utilized in the COVID-19 Hypothetical Scenarios Tool.
Quarterly Economics Briefing - Q3 2020
November 2, 2020
This edition of the
Quarterly Economics Briefing presents two reports on how the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has affected employment.
NCCI's COVID-19 Hypothetical Scenarios Tool
October 12, 2020
This tool allows users to vary assumptions underlying the framework described in NCCI’s research briefs “COVID-19 and Workers Compensation: Modeling Potential Impacts” and “COVID-19 and Workers Compensation: Permanent Disability.”
Analysis of Vermont Senate Bill 342 (PDF)
July 20, 2020
This document provides estimated impacts based on various scenarios of the potential effect of Vermont Senate Bill 342, which established presumptions of compensability for COVID-19 exposure for certain workers in the state.
Analysis of Enacted Illinois House Bill 2455 (PDF)
June 15, 2020
This document provides estimated impacts based on various scenarios of the effect of Enacted Illinois House Bill 2455, which established a rebuttable presumption of compensability for COVID-19 exposure.
Briefing—COVID-19 Hypothetical Scenarios Tool
May 06, 2020
View NCCI’s briefing on its COVID-19 white paper, which included a brief demo of NCCI’s new Hypothetical Scenarios Tool. The model allows users to vary assumptions underlying the framework described in NCCI’s Research Brief, “COVID-19 and Workers Compensation: Modeling Potential Impacts.”
Analysis of Kentucky Executive Order 2020-277 (PDF)
April 28, 2020
Kentucky Executive Order 2020-277 -an employee removed from work by a physician due to occupational exposure to the coronavirus (COVID-19) is entitled to temporary total disability (TTD) payments for self-quarantine.
The Economic and Medical Outlook on Workers Compensation - Q1 2020
April 22, 2020
The Economic Outlook will focus on alternative scenarios for GDP, employment, and wages during the coronavirus pandemic. It will also include sections on unemployment and the state of financial markets. The Medical Outlook will present updated forecasts for medical price inflation in 2020 and 2021.
Economic Impacts of Coronavirus on Workers Compensation
April 17, 2020
This research brief takes stock of what we know so far about the employment impacts of the coronavirus pandemic, and also considers how the pandemic may influence the behavior of firms and workers in ways that affect the workers compensation system.