According to RiskMD, a proprietary, patented, PEO focused data management and analytics firm, some states consistently outperform others regardless of industry or NCCI hazard code; others may surprise you!
Here we looked at undeveloped loss ratios and frequency as a function of claim count per $1M in payroll by NCCI hazard code according to the following groupings;
- Hazard Groups A & B
- Hazard Groups C, D & E
- Hazard Groups F & G
We looked at this data both on national and state specific levels for the past seven years and found that the performance of some states may surprise you. This is based on client company performance aggregated at the state and national levels, regardless of policy structure.
NY and CA, for example, maintained their lowest loss ratios in Hazard Groups F & G and performed most poorly in Hazard Groups A & B over this seven-year period.
NJ, MA, and the National Aggregate performed best by both loss ratio and frequency over the past seven years in Hazard Groups C, D & E.
Performance by loss ratio for TX, FL and IL, increased incrementally as the hazard levels increased, however for these states, the incident of loss (frequency) consistently occurred higher within the Hazard Groups A & B than within the Hazard Groups C, D & D.
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