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NEW YORK–While presenting a generally rosy forecast of underwriting profitability for the property-casualty industry, the president of the Insurance Information Institute said he has growing concerns about the workers’ compensation line.

Speaking at a meeting of the Casualty Actuaries of Greater New York here on Thursday, Robert P. Hartwig, president of New York-based I.I.I., suggested that if recent occupational disease studies have merit, the trends they reveal could impact insurer results going forward.

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