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High worker benefits and moderate employer costs in Washington State

The publication explaining why Washington State can afford high benefits to workers and moderate costs to employers (64 KB PDF) illustrates how Washington State keeps benefits high and costs moderate compared to other workers' compensation insurers.

How L&I compares with other workers' compensation insurers

  • Industry trends.
  • Investment earnings.
  • Administrative costs.

The Washington State Investment Board contracts with Conning Asset Management Corporation. This December 2004 overview of the State Fund (283 KB PDF) by Conning covers the investment strategy and performance, plus industry trends in workers' compensation insurance.

Biennial Oregon Premium Rate Ranking Study

The Oregon State Department of Consumer & Business Services studies state workers' compensation insurance base or manual premium rates across the country.

These studies provide a list of state rankings of the average base rates using a weighting of the 50 largest risk classes in Oregon that also make up almost two-thirds of the premiums and payroll.

Oregon Workers' Compensation Premium Rate Ranking

2008 final report of Oregon Workers' Compensation Premium Rate Ranking (890 KB PDF / 2 min)
(www.oregon.gov)
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2008 summary of Oregon Workers' Compensation Premium Rate Ranking (643 KB PDF / 2 min)
(www.oregon.gov)
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2006 final report of Oregon Workers' Compensation Premium Rate Ranking (418 KB PDF / 1 min)
(www.oregon.gov)
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2006 summary of Oregon Workers' Compensation Premium Rate Ranking (63 KB PDF)
(www.oregon.gov)
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2004 final report of Oregon Workers' Compensation Premium Rate Ranking (716 KB PDF / 2 min)
(www.oregon.gov)
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2004 summary of Oregon Workers' Compensation Premium Rate Ranking (111 KB PDF)
(www.oregon.gov)
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