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Responding to an order from the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation, the National Council on Compensation Insurance said it has revised its rate filing to reflect an overall workers’ compensation rate level decrease of 18.4 percent.

The proposed rate, from the state’s rate and data supplier, for the voluntary market industrial classes, which would go into effect January 1, 2008, is 1.9 percent less than NCCI’s original 16.5 percent proposed rate decrease.

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