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Schedule Loss Costs 1992 - 2016

In 2016 and 2017, business and insurance interests mounted a campaign to slash “schedule loss awards” – compensation paid to injured workers for permanent loss or loss of use of a limb (such as a hand, foot, arm, or hand). They claimed that these awards were a high cost to employers and insurance companies that had to be reined in. In response, we wrote a white paper outlining the trends in schedule loss costs over twenty-five years from 1992 through 2016. The paper showed that schedule loss awards were not an outsized cost to employers, and are instead fair compensation for injured workers.


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