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p/c

Commissioner may disapprove within 90 days after filed. May by rule specify rates be filed 30 days before become effective.

title

worker’s compensation

Rating bureau files loss costs; insurers file loss cost multipliers; Bulletin 90-6 is filing standard for loss costs.

5/06

§ 31A-19a-209

file and use (30 days)

§§ 31A-19a-405

file and use (30 days)

NAIC’s Compendium of State Laws on Insurance Topics

RATE FILING METHODS FOR PROPERTY/CASUALTY INSURANCE, WORKER’S COMPENSATION, TITLE

COMMENTS

LINES

FILING METHOD use and file (30 days)

STATE

UT (5/06)

CITATION § 31A-19a-203

VT (5/06)

tit. 8 § 4687

prior approval (30 day deemer)

worker’s compensation, experience rating plan, scheduled rating plan and statistical plan, uniform classification system

tit. 8 § 4688(a) (amendments pending) tit. 8 § 4688(c)(1) (amendments pending)

use and file (15 days)

p/c (except claims made and assigned risk), title and other types of worker’s compensation (voluntary market)

tit. 8 § 4688(c)(2) (amendments pending)

prior approval (30 day deemer) non-competitive market

claims made and non- competitive market rates

prior approval (30 day deemer)

worker’s compensation and auto (assigned risk)

© 2006 National Association of Insurance Commissioners

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