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Workers' Comp in Washington State: Five Common Questions

It is no secret that workers' compensation laws in Washington are complex—even a seemingly straightforward claim can become complicated under closer...

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Retrospective Rating—Earning Financial Rewards with Safety Initiatives

Now, more than ever, Washington businesses are ‘feeling the pinch.’ Revenue margins are slimming while expectations from both internal and external...

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Benefits of Washington’s Preferred Worker Program

Did you know Washington State has a financial incentive program for employers called the Preferred Worker Program? The program, offered by the...

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Tips & Tricks to Get Your Full Reimbursement From Your Stay at Work

Washington Labor and Industries’ Stay-at-Work (SAW) program is an incentive program that reimburses employers for providing light duty accommodations...

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2023 Washington Workers’ Comp Rate Adjustments

Employers in Washington have two options for workers’ compensation insurance—they can either be self-insured or purchase their insurance from the...

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Stay at Work: Getting Money Back for Light-Duty Accommodations

Despite employers’ best efforts to ensure safe working conditions for employees, workplace injuries can still happen, which are hard for everyone...

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Experience Modification Rate–What Employers in Washington Need to Know

In Washington State, the workers’ compensation insurance landscape is unique compared to the rest of the country. Almost all employers with...

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Happy 10th Birthday to Washington’s Stay at Work Program!

In 2012, Washington’s Department of Labor and Industries initiated a formal Stay at Work program to incentivize employers to utilize light-duty...

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Your Questions About COVID-19, Workers' Compensation, OSHA Logs, Vaccines, & More

For the first time in history, employers have had to navigate workers’ compensation insurance during a global pandemic. It seems that just as quickly...

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Archbright’s Manufacturing Retro Program: A Nice Piece of the Pie

In 1981 L&I started offering a voluntary Retrospective Rating program, also known as “retro.” Retro programs are safety incentive programs providing...

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