Rate Regulation of Worker's Compensation Insurance: How Price Controls Increase Costs
Patricia M. Danzon, Scott E. HarringtonISBN: 0844739324;
In the 1980s and early 1990s, America's system of workers' compensation insurance was in trouble. Costs grew rapidly because of escalating medical costs, the increased involvement of attorneys in claims disputes, growing residual markets, and the expansion of compensable injuries.
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