Workers’ compensation costs in Illinois were among the highest of 14 states studied prior to the enactment of 2005 Illinois reforms, according to a new study by the Workers Compensation Research Institute.

The study examined the performance of the Illinois system prior to the implementation of legislative changes. The Cambridge, Mass.-based WCRI said the report provides baselines for evaluating the impact of those reforms in the next few years.

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