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(TX# 84153) The Economics of Workers' Compensation- TX#84153 (TX# 84153) The Economics of Workers' Compensation- TX#84153

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Cost: $12.50 (USD)
Credits: 2
Estimated Length: 2 hour(s)
Enrollment Valid For: 3 months

Description

This course is designed to enlighten adjusters and other claims professionals with a deeper understanding of one of the most basic, yet most critical of functions that lie just outside the realm of claims handling -- the underwriting process -- and the impact that claims handling, particularly in the areas of evaluation and reserving, have on workers’ compensation insurers and employer premiums, profitability, and loss.

The course reveals the interdependencies that exist between each of these disciplines, and helps the workers' compensation claims professional better understand how reserving impacts rating, risk analysis, acceptance and pricing of insurance. When finished, students will have a deeper understanding of how each step taken in the evaluation and reserving process impacts the financial fates of insurers and their customers.

Certified as "Classroom Equivalent" by TX DOI for 2 General CE under Course ID #84153.

 

Lessons

  1. Lessons 1-3 (Online Lesson)
  2. Lessons 4-6 (Online Lesson)
  3. Lessons 7-8 (Online Lesson)
  4. Course Conclusion (Online Lesson)

Certificates

  1. The Economics of Workers' Compensation- TX
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