Workers' Comp Rates Could Decrease In 2018Florida businesses could see workers' compensation insurance premiums decrease in 2018.
Florida Lawmakers Look For Answers On Workers' CompFlorida House members this week began grappling with the tricky political and legal challenge of revamping the workers' compensation insurance system.
U.S. Supreme Court Rejects Hialeah Workers Comp CaseThe U.S. Supreme Court has declined to take up a case that raised questions about the constitutionality of Florida's workers' compensation insurance system.
Workers Comp Fight Could Have High StakesThe Florida Supreme Court is poised to hear a legal challenge that could have major implications for businesses, insurers and injured workers.
State Supreme Court Rejects Workers Comp ChallengeThe Florida Supreme Court has turned down a lawsuit that questioned the constitutionality of the state's workers-compensation insurance system --- though the system continues to face three other closely watched challenges at the high court.
Workers Comp Case Drawing Heavy AttentionA Florida Supreme Court case challenging the constitutionality of the state's workers-compensation insurance system is drawing heavy interest from legal, public-safety and insurance-industry groups.
Workers Comp Rate To Drop Next YearFlorida employers will see overall workers-compensation insurance rates drop 4.7 percent as of January 1st, 2016.
Appeals Court Tosses Key Workers Comp RulingA South Florida appeals court has overturned a circuit judge's constitutional ruling that threatened a major underpinning of the state's workers-compensation insurance system.
State Approves Lower Worker Comp RatesFlorida businesses will save some money next year. The state's Office of Insurance Regulation has announced an overall 5.2 percent decrease in workers-compensation insurance rates.
Workers Comp Rates Could Be TrimmedFlorida employers could see the first overall reduction in workers-compensation insurance rates in four years.
Workers' Comp Rate Could Go Up Again Workers’ comp insurers are seeking a one percent increase, meaning employers across the state of Florida could have to pay more for their workers’ compensation insurance.