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Highlights of an analysis of workmen's compensation insurance rates paid by Oregon employers Public Deposited

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  • This research was initiated in response to concern expressed by Oregon farm organizations over the high workmen's compensation insurance rates paid by Oregon farmers. Their concern was well founded. Oregon's workmen's compensation insurance rates appear to be the highest in the nation. This includes both agricultural and non-agricultural industrial classifications. Moreover, factors affecting the rates were found to be common to all industries. Therefore, this research involves an examination of Oregon's workmen's compensation system as it affects all industrial classifications including agriculture. This presentation includes summary statements of the problem, the purpose of the study, the conclusions and a discussion of the evidence forming the basis for the conclusions. Additional information is available in the complete study report.
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