Every industry has been affected by today's economic trends, butthe workers' compensation industry has been hit from alldirections.

The economic downturn has driven higher unemployment rates.This, along with escalating medical and pharmaceutical costs, anaging workforce, increasing obesity, and Medicare regulations, hascaused a significant rise in workers' comp claim costs.

Lower investment yields mean underwriting results will have toimprove for carriers to maintain profitability.

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