2022 Loss Cost Hearing – NCCI Annual Filing
Notice of Hearing (October 7, 2021) and Public Inspection of Filing and Actuarial Review
Pursuant to C.R.S. § 10-4-406(2), the Commissioner of Insurance (“Commissioner”) hereby places the Colorado Advisory Loss Costs and Rating Values Filing (“Filing”) submitted by NCCI with a proposed effective date of January 1, 2022 on file for public inspection. The Filing shall remain on file for fifteen days and shall not be approved, disapproved, or become effective during such fifteen-day period except after a public hearing. Pursuant to C.R.S. §§ 10-4-406(2.5) and (3.5), the Commissioner requested that the filing undergo an actuarial review – the results of which will also be placed on file. The Filing and accompanying actuarial review may be found for inspection below.
Pursuant to C.R.S. §§ 10-4-406(2) and 10-2-407(1), the Commissioner has determined that it is in the public’s interest to hold a public hearing to determine whether the Filing meets the requirements of Title 10, Part 4. Accordingly, the Commissioner hereby gives notice that such a public hearing shall be held on October 7, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. The public hearing will be conducted virtually with attendees asked to register ahead of the meeting.
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- About Workers Compensation
Workers' compensation coverage provides employers and employees with medical care, death benefits, and lost wages for work-related injuries. In general, Colorado law requires that all employers carry workers' compensation insurance. However, certain exceptions to this requirement may include: a sole proprietor or any general working partner; a corporate officer; or a member of a limited liability company.
Tips for purchasing workers' compensation insurance:shopping around and talking to several licensed agents and companies; reading policies and disclosures; identifying the various services an insurance company provides; considering a deductible; and maintaining a good loss history through a safe work environment.
Workers' Compensation Classification Appeals BoardThe workers' compensation classification appeals board hears grievances brought by employers against insurers and Pinnacol Assurance concerning the calculation of experience modification factors and classification assignment decisions
Colorado Division of Workers' Compensation (CDWC) - Duties and Responsibilities
Have questions about a workers' compensation claim? Are you an employer looking for workers' compensation insurance? Visit the Colorado Division of Workers' Compensation website.Part of the Colorado Department of Labor and Employement and is responsible for administering and enforcing workers' compensation law in Colorado. Establishes rules, procedures and programs to enforce the law and to resolve disputes that may arise between the employer and the injured worker. Handles claims and claims-related issues Determines that employers have workers' compensation insurance. Oversees employers that self-fund their workers' compensation insurance.
Colorado Division of Insurance - Limited Role in Workers' Compensation
The Colorado Division of Insurance DOES NOT have jurisdiction over individual Workers' Compensation Claims. The Colorado Division of Workers' Compensation (CDWC), part of the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, is the state agency responsible for administering and enforcing workers' compensation law in Colorado. The Division of Insurance is responsible for monitoring the financial condition of the insurance industry, overseeing the Classification Appeals Board which handles classification and experience modification disputes, approving the annual NCCI loss cost filing, reviewing rate and form filings submitted by individual insurers, and handling complaints regarding rate or premium-related issues.