The California Workers’ Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau will likely recommend an average rate increase of around 30 percent to the state’s insurance department later this year.

Jack Hannan, WCIRB communications director, said the bureau’s actuarial committee met recently, and based on its work, its governing committee is expected to call for an increase in pure premium rates of about 30 percent for 2011 workers’ comp policies.

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