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National Council on Compensation Insurance 2022 Public Rate Hearing

OIR conducted a rate hearing to hear testimony from NCCI and receive public comment on the proposed workers' compensation insurance rate change for all new and renewal workers' compensation insurance policies written in the voluntary market in Florida, effective January 1, 2023.

Hearing Information

Date: Friday, September 23, 2022
Time: 9 a.m. ET
Place: Virtual Rate Hearing
Access via Webinar: Registration Link
Access via Telephone: 1 (866) 901-6455; Access Code: 834-395-235

Rate Filing

NCCI submitted the rate filing on August 24, 2022, on behalf of Florida's workers' compensation insurance companies. In this filing, NCCI requests an overall average decrease in rate levels of 8.4 percent for the voluntary market for all new and renewal workers' compensation insurance policies written in Florida, effective January 1, 2023.

The written testimony of Mr. Jay Rosen is available here. The written testimony of Dr. Leonard F. Herk is available here.

To access the NCCI rate filing, visit the IRFS Forms & Rates Filing Search and enter either “National Council on Compensation Insurance” into the “Quick Search” tab.

Public Comments / Testimony

Input from consumers and interested parties, as well as from representatives of the National Council on Compensation Insurance, Inc., will be received at this virtual public hearing. If you choose to access the hearing via telephone, or if you are unable to participate in this public hearing, please forward your comments to the Office of Insurance Regulation at The subject line of your e-mail should read “National Council on Compensation Insurance.”

The record will be open for public comment until October 7, 2022.

All persons wishing to present expert testimony at this hearing must prefile their testimony in writing on or before September 18, 2022, attention Anoush Brangaccio, General Counsel, Office of Insurance Regulation, 200 East Gaines Street, Tallahassee, Florida, 32399. Any expert witness failing to prefile testimony may be prohibited from testifying.

Under Florida law, written communications to the Office are public record; this would include email addresses and phone numbers. They are subject to public disclosure, including being available to the public and media.