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First Monday: Pricing Erosion Threatens Workers' Comp Line

Senior Financial Analysts Gordon McLean and Brian O'Larte say that although the U.S. workers' compensation segment recorded another positive year in 2014, future underwriting results could be hampered by rate softening.

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