Workplace Safety Program saves $7.6 million for participants The Delaware Department of Insurance has analyzed new filings from the state’s top writers of workers’ compensation insurance after announcing the third consecutive year of decreased rates in November. The top writers represent nearly 10,000 companies that hold policies within the state. Policyholders of these companies will […]
Insurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart announced today that the Department of Insurance has posted three actuarial reports evaluating proposed 2016 workers’ compensation rates to the DOI website.
The Department of Insurance will hold three public information sessions (Oct. 20 & Oct. 21) regarding Delaware Compensation Rating Bureau Filing No. 1502, which proposes workers’ compensation insurance rates for the upcoming year.
Insurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart and the Delaware Department of Insurance announced today that its Consumer Services Division has recovered $995,558.73 for consumers during the first six months of 2015. Delaware employers have also saved approximately $3,978,296.00 in workers compensation premiums during the same period through the Department’s Workplace Safety Program.
Insurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart has approved the Delaware Compensation Rating Bureau’s workers’ compensation amended rate filing, resulting in overall average decreases of 9.7% in the residual market rate and 11.5% in the voluntary market loss cost.