Second Terrorism Hit Could ‘Ruin’ WC

Orlando, Fla.

The workers compensation insurance system has been rocked to its core by the unforeseen risks of terrorism, industry experts meeting here agreed.

The events of Sept. 11 “rewrote the script” for workers comp, leaving “90 years of progress placed at risk,” according to Chapin Clark, interim president and chief executive officer of the Boca Raton, Fla.-based National Council on Compensation Insurance, speaking here at NCCI’s Annual Issues Symposium.

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