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A Texas Department of Insurance review of the state’s workers’ compensation insurers, based on speed of payment and other factors, has ranked 13.6 percent in the poor performance category.

The study results announced Friday, which also included health insurers, was mandated by the Performance-Based Oversight process contained in 2005 comp reform legislation that also abolished the Texas Workers’ Compensation Commission and transferred its functions to the TDI’s Workers’ Compensation Division.

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