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According to a just released study by the Workers Compensation Research Institute (WCRI), medical costs per workers’ compensation claim in Florida grew at a rate of seven percent in 2005 and five percent in 2006. WCRI said that its study, Monitoring the Impact of 2003 Reforms in Florida: CompScope(TM) Medical Benchmarks, 9th Edition, analyzed claims with experience as of March 2007.

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