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Lt. Governor’s Schedule for Monday, August 25, 2014

On Monday, Lt. Governor Matt Denn greets Wilmington Manor Elementary School students for their first day of the 2014-15 school year. He will be joined by Principal Stacie Ruiz and Colonial School District Superintendent Dr. Dusty Blakey.




Workers Compensation Recommendations Pass General Assembly

The State Senate passed Workers’ Compensation legislation this afternoon to stop the large workers’ compensation rate increases that are burdening Delaware businesses.




Workers Compensation Report for Governor and General Assembly

Submitted pursuant to House Bill 175, 147th General Assembly DOVER, Del. – This afternoon, Lt. Governor Denn, Chair of Delaware’s Workers’ Compensation Task Force, and business and legislative leaders made recommendations to Governor Markell and the General Assembly to stop the large workers compensation rate increases that are burdening Delaware businesses. Governor Markell said of […]




Lt. Governor, Members of Workers’ Compensation Task Force Present Report for Governor and General Assembly

Dover, DE – On Thursday, May 15, 2014 at 1:00pm, Lt. Governor Matt Denn will host a press conference to present the Workers’ Compensation Task Force Report to the Governor and the General Assembly, submitted pursuant to House Bill 175, 147th General Assembly. He will be joined by members of the Task Force – including […]




Delaware Insurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart Announces Decision on DCRB Workers’ Compensation Rate Filing

Delaware Insurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart announces today that based on the agreement between the Delaware Department of Insurance, the Delaware Compensation Rating Bureau and the Ratepayer Advocate, she has approved the re-submission of the Delaware Compensation Rating Bureau (DCRB) workers’ compensation rate filing regarding the residual market rate and the voluntary market loss cost.







 Pages Tagged With: "workers compensation"

Lt. Governor’s Schedule for Monday, August 25, 2014

On Monday, Lt. Governor Matt Denn greets Wilmington Manor Elementary School students for their first day of the 2014-15 school year. He will be joined by Principal Stacie Ruiz and Colonial School District Superintendent Dr. Dusty Blakey.




Workers Compensation Recommendations Pass General Assembly

The State Senate passed Workers’ Compensation legislation this afternoon to stop the large workers’ compensation rate increases that are burdening Delaware businesses.




Workers Compensation Report for Governor and General Assembly

Submitted pursuant to House Bill 175, 147th General Assembly DOVER, Del. – This afternoon, Lt. Governor Denn, Chair of Delaware’s Workers’ Compensation Task Force, and business and legislative leaders made recommendations to Governor Markell and the General Assembly to stop the large workers compensation rate increases that are burdening Delaware businesses. Governor Markell said of […]




Lt. Governor, Members of Workers’ Compensation Task Force Present Report for Governor and General Assembly

Dover, DE – On Thursday, May 15, 2014 at 1:00pm, Lt. Governor Matt Denn will host a press conference to present the Workers’ Compensation Task Force Report to the Governor and the General Assembly, submitted pursuant to House Bill 175, 147th General Assembly. He will be joined by members of the Task Force – including […]




Delaware Insurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart Announces Decision on DCRB Workers’ Compensation Rate Filing

Delaware Insurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart announces today that based on the agreement between the Delaware Department of Insurance, the Delaware Compensation Rating Bureau and the Ratepayer Advocate, she has approved the re-submission of the Delaware Compensation Rating Bureau (DCRB) workers’ compensation rate filing regarding the residual market rate and the voluntary market loss cost.