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(1) Any insurance carrier authorized to transact business in this state, including Pinnacol Assurance, which insures employers against liability for compensation under the provisions of articles 40 to 47 of this title, shall supply information regarding a change in the rate by classification to any insured employer, if such employer has requested that such information be supplied. Such information shall be supplied within thirty days following release of such information to such insurer by the authorized rating organization and following approval of such rate change by the division of insurance. As soon as reasonably possible after the division of insurance's approval of a change in rate by classification, the authorized rating organization shall disseminate notice of such approval and change in rate.
(2) Every insurance carrier authorized to transact business in Colorado, including Pinnacol Assurance, which insures employers against liability for compensation under the provisions of articles 40 to 47 of this title, shall clearly and conspicuously inform policyholders of their rights to appeal employee classification designations, the procedures to be used for such an appeal, and the types of medical case management that the carrier has available to employees to promote medical cost containment.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Colorado Revised Statutes Title 8. Labor and Industry § 8-44-109. Notice--change in rate by classification--policyholder's right to appeal classifications--availability of medical case management services - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/co/title-8-labor-and-industry/co-rev-st-sect-8-44-109/
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