The report also notes that most workers' compensation underwriters are operating from a position of strength as 2018 represents a rare fourth-consecutive year of market underwriting profits. (Photo: Shutterstock) The Fitch Ratings report also notes that most workers' compensation underwriters are operating from a position of strength as 2018 represents a rare fourth consecutive year of market underwriting profits. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The workers' compensation segment of the property & casualty insurance business is a prime target for technology investment to maintain competitiveness and bolster performance, according to a Fitch Ratings report.

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