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Texas Monitor, 1:2


1 Texas Monitor (Spring 1996) reported on the costs of SIBs.

Because SIBs are benefits that evolve at a late stage in the claim process (several years after the injury occurred), new-law claims2

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Annual Nonsubscription Survey: 1996 Estimates, is available via our electronic order form.

Texas is one of only three states in which workers' compensation (WC) coverage is not compulsory, and it is the only state with a substantial portion of employers who have chosen to opt out of the workers' compensation system. Because nonsubscribing5

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