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What's your Workers Comp rate? #155656 01/27/05 04:25 PM
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Knob_and_Tube Offline OP
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Mine's $15.52 per $100 payroll. No incidents or claims.

BTW, my insurance guy says roofers pay $200 for every $100 of payroll!

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Re: What's your Workers Comp rate? #155657 01/27/05 04:36 PM
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$11.xx per $100 paid. This is for my 1st year. The company My ins. is with will not cover you for work comp the 1st year. In april I will be up for a new rate. I can apply with my ins. comp. andit should be about $7 per $100

Re: What's your Workers Comp rate? #155658 01/27/05 08:39 PM
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Roofers, from what I hear have the highest workmans comp. rates.

Re: What's your Workers Comp rate? #155659 01/27/05 08:58 PM
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about $9 per $100 payrole. The RS means has area averages for wc.

Tom

Re: What's your Workers Comp rate? #155660 01/27/05 09:48 PM
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Last I heard roofers typically pay 50 cents on the dollar here in SoCal. One lady I worked for had an employee killed on the job and her rate was $1 for every dollar she paid!

Re: What's your Workers Comp rate? #155661 01/27/05 10:52 PM
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I pay 5.43%. I had to join the Home Builders Association to get this rate, but it saves me much more than the $500 for the membership.

I used to own a construction company and paid 33% for roofing and 20% for carpentry at that time.

Re: What's your Workers Comp rate? #155662 01/28/05 05:41 AM
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Mine is about $7 per $100 in Maryland


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Re: What's your Workers Comp rate? #155663 01/28/05 11:39 AM
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7.5% here in Pa.

Re: What's your Workers Comp rate? #155664 02/22/05 04:59 AM
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$3.69 per 100 dollars of gross pay here in Mass...

shortcircuit

Re: What's your Workers Comp rate? #155665 02/24/05 09:10 PM
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Tom Lockey Offline
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about 10.5% in florida and that's down from 13% a year ago for electrical field. Now days it's not uncommon to see 15 immagrants working on one roof. Across the street this happen on a 2200 square roof. Done in 5 hours and would imagine CASH to everyone.
Roofers are highest here also.
Lockey


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