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November 20, 2014 2:03 PM

Workers' comp rates falling for NC employers

The workers' compensation rates paid by most North Carolina employers will decline an average of 3.4 percent next year. The 3.4 percent decrease is an average and will impact about 95 percent of employers, according to Insurance Department spokeswoman Kerry Wall. Rates will vary significantly based on an employers' claims experience and the types of workers employed.

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