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 on: June 28, 2014, 09:48:59 AM 
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Thank you very much for your reply! The issue was resolved a week ago...it was advised that I call WCIRB for verification of  8868 and 9101.  I did, and it was. :-)
Thanks again!

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 on: June 27, 2014, 04:06:46 PM 
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8868 and/or 9101. Fer Shure! Cool

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 on: June 09, 2014, 10:01:32 PM 
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Hello! I have a risk in CA I'm auditing that has been classified on the policy as 8868, Colleges or Schools - Private.  Problem is that it is, in actuality, an adult day care center for developmentally disabled adults.  Family members drop off the disabled relative for a day of socializing with others. This gives the families a much needed break from the 24/7 care they provide their loved ones.   Code 8868 does not seem to apply.  I've researched various codes for Adult care, but all of them entail "RESIDENTIAL" care.  The only day care code I have found specifies children. (9059)
Code 8804, Social Rehabilitation Facility for Adults sounded like a possibility, but again not really.
Any ideas??
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 on: April 23, 2014, 04:08:08 PM 
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 on: March 21, 2014, 10:18:12 AM 
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 on: January 21, 2014, 09:11:48 AM 
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I actually know what the coverage is but I do appreciate the reply.

My question has to do with the basis of premium. I have worked for only one carrier my whole career and it's my carrier's position we bill Total Payroll for the monopolistic states.

I was wondering if other carriers handled the premium base differently? For example, do other carriers exclude premium overtime pay, severance pay etc?

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 on: January 17, 2014, 05:11:18 PM 
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Workers' compensation coverage includes two types of protection: workers' compensation and employer's liability. The workers' compensation portion of the policy pays for claims made by employees, and the employer's liability portion pays the cost of defending lawsuits filed against the company by an employee or an employee's family.

Five states fund their own workmen's compensation program: North Dakota, Ohio, West Virginia, Washington and Wyoming.  In all other states, the employer simply adds the employer liability rider to his workmen's compensation package.  It's not available in the five states mentioned, so he must secure stop gap insurance.

Employers Liability Coverage Endorsement (WC 00 03 03; sometimes referred to as “STOP GAP ENDORSEMENT”) – Provides Employers Liability Coverage only in states where the policy does not provide workers compensation coverage.

I'm not sure about the answer to your questions.  I'll see what I can find; meanwhile, maybe someone else can provide.

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 on: January 17, 2014, 12:20:59 PM 
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 on: January 17, 2014, 11:18:03 AM 
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 on: January 16, 2014, 09:40:51 AM 
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When auditing Multi-State Workers' Compensation Insurance policies that include ND, OH, PR, WA and WY we are instructed to not exclude any of the normal exclusions such as premium overtime, severance etc for these particular states. Also, is there something in writing that addresses this situation?

Do all carrier handle it this way?

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