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NCCI Reaches Settlement in Latest Court Fight over Loss Costs

  • State: South Carolina
  • Topic: Top
By Michael Whiteley, Eastern Bureau ChiefSouth Carolina Consumer Advocate Elliott Elam Jr. and a group of small businesses reached a settlement in the latest in a series of administrative court battles with the National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) on Monday and agreed to a 3% increase i…

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