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Workers comp claim frequency rises

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 Business Insurance

Several Great Recession factors may have caused a sudden halt in the trend of decreasing frequency of workers compensation claims, according to NCCI Holdings Inc. research. Modest increases in employment since the recession formally ended in mid-2009 and workers possibly being less fearful of losing their jobs for filing claims may have contributed to a 3% rise in the frequency of lost-time claims during accident year 2010, NCCI said in its research brief.
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