The Residual Market Expiration List is provided to promote the depopulation
of the state assigned risk plans. The goal is to keep as many risks as possible out of the residual
market by helping them obtain coverage in the voluntary market.
The Residual Market Expiration List is a list of residual market policies
reported in certain states. The list details residual market policy information
that will expire within the next year. The information is updated weekly and includes
basic policyholder information, which may be useful to producers and insurers looking
to write business in the voluntary market. The information includes:
- Employer Name and Address
- Expiration Date
- Governing State(s)
- Zip Code(s)
- # of States on Policy
- Governing Class Code(s)
- Experience Rating Modification Factor
- Total Payroll
- Total Estimated Policy Premium*
* For purposes of the Residual Market Expiration List, Total Estimated Policy Premium is Total Standard Premium plus the Expense Constant, only.
The Residual Market Expiration List is only available in:
AL, AZ, CT, DC, GA, ID, IL, IN, KS, MS, NH, NM, NV, OR, SC, SD, TN, VT and WV.
If a state is not listed here, the regulatory authorities in such states do not permit NCCI to release residual market expiration information.
NCCI has developed a take-out program to promote the depopulation of state assigned
risk plans. The program provides insurers with financial incentives to remove employers
from the assigned risk plans by writing those policies voluntarily. For more information,
refer to NCCI’s Residual Market Manual for Workers Compensation and Employers Liability Insurance, Take-Out Credit Program.
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