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While the WCIRB successfully publishes most experience modifications at least 60 days prior to their effective date, there are times when an experience modification (X-Mod) cannot be published due to missing or incomplete data.

The following are the most common reasons that the WCIRB cannot publish an X-Mod:

  • Missing Experience
    One or more Unit Statistical Reports (USR) within the established experience period has not yet been submitted by the insurer(s).
     
  • Experience Rating (ER) Error on the USR
    All the USRs have been received from the insurer(s), but one or more of the USRs contain errors which require corrections to be submitted by the insurer.
     
  • Missing Current Coverage
    The insurer has not submitted current workers’ compensation coverage information on file for an employer to the WCIRB.

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