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NAIC’s Compendium of State Laws on Insurance Topics

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

5/06

STATE

CITATION

FILING METHOD

LINES

COMMENTS

WA (5/06)

§ 48.19.060; S.S.H.B. 2292 (2006)

prior approval (30 day deemer can be extended to 45 days)

p/c, worker’s compensation (except commercial property casualty), medical malpractice

use and file (30 days)

commercial lines

file and use (15 days)

title

prior approval (60 day deemer)

other p/c lines, excluding worker’s compensation

file and use

commercial lines P/C

Rate filing requirements are suspended for large commercial property casualty accounts.

Worker’s compensation coverage is written by a monopolistic state fund. Info. Letter No. 68 is filing standard for loss costs.

Reg. 284-24-120

WV (5/06)

§§ 33-6-8 (amendments pending); 33-20-4 (amendments pending)

§ 48.29.043; S.S.H.B. 2292 (2006)

§ 48.29.140

§ 33-20B-3 (amendments pending)

Prior approval (90 day deemer) or unapproved rates

medical malpractice

during 90-day period, hold a hearing for any filing that requests an increase of 10% or more.

use and file (30 days)

title p/c, title

prior approval (30 day deemer)

worker’s compensation

prior approval (30 day deemer)

title, medical malpractice

no file competitive market; prior approval (30 day deemer) noncompetitive market

p/c, including worker’s compensation

WY

§ 26-23-326

(5/06)

§ 26-14-107

© 2006 National Association of Insurance Commissioners

WI (5/06)

no provision § 625.13

Bulletin of 6/11/90 is filing standard for loss costs.

Wisconsin Compensation Rating Bureau makes the rate filings.

Competitive market is assumed to exist unless designated as noncompetitive or by finding of noncompetitiveness by commissioner.

II-PA-10-20

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