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NASI Workers Comp Report 2009

NASI Workers Comp Report 2009

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Published by Andrew Simpson
Workers' compensation trends based on 2009 data from all states and federal government.
Workers' compensation trends based on 2009 data from all states and federal government.

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Published by: Andrew Simpson on Aug 16, 2011
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Benefits, Coverage, and Costs,
August 2011
Washington, DC
The National Academy of Social Insurance is a nonprofit, nonpartisanorganization made up of the nation’s leading experts on social insurance.Its mission is to promote understanding of how social insurancecontributestoeconomicsecurityandavibranteconomy.Socialinsuranceencompasses broad-based systems for insuring workers and their familiesagainst economic insecurity caused by loss of income from work and thecost of health care. NASI’s scope covers social insurance, such as SocialSecurity, Medicare, workerscompensation, and unemploymentinsurance, related public assistance, and private employee benefits. The Academy convenes study panels that are charged with conductingresearch, issuing findings, and, in some cases, reaching recommendationsbased on their analysis. Members of these groups are selected for theirrecognized expertise and with due consideration for the balance of disciplines and perspectives appropriate to the project.This research report presents new data and does not make recommenda-tions. It was prepared with the guidance of the Study Panel on NationalData on Workers’ Compensation. In accordance with procedures of the Academy, it has been reviewed by a committee of the Board forcompleteness, accuracy, clarity, and objectivity. This project receivedfinancial support from the Social Security Administration, the Centersfor Medicare & Medicaid Services, and the Office of WorkersCompensation Programs of the U.S. Department of Labor. It alsoreceived in-kind support in data from the National Council of Compensation Insurance and the National Association of InsuranceCommissioners.© 2011 National Academy of Social InsuranceISBN: 1-884902-57-X 
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Lisa Mensah, Chair Janice Gregory, President Jacob Hacker, Vice President Jennie Chin Hansen, Secretary  Jane L. Russ, TreasurerNancy J. AltmanChristine BakerRobert BerensonSusan Daniels Judy FederMichael GraetzG. William HoaglandReneé LandersChristopher O’Flinn William M. Rodgers, IIIGerald Shea
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Virginia P. Reno1776 Massachusetts Ave., NW Suite 400 Washington, DC 20036-1904Telephone (202) 452-8097Facsimile (202) 452-8111E-mail nasi@nasi.org Website: www.nasi.orgTwitter: @socialinsurance
Benefits, Coverage, and Costs,
Ishita Sengupta, Virginia Reno, and John F. Burton, Jr.
with advice of the 
Study Panel on Workers’ Compensation Data
August 2011
Washington, DC

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