Workers Comp Class Code & Rate Lookup

What are Workers Comp Class Codes?

Workers Comp Class Codes are a way to group together various types of businesses that have similar (risk) characteristics. At a state level the experience (premiums, losses, etc.) of businesses within a class are analyzed by the state’s respective rating bureau (many using NCCI) to determine expected cost of losses, otherwise known as the Loss Cost or Base Rate (in a competitive rate market). For more information, check out this post on Loss Costs & Loss Cost Multipliers.

Many Class Codes have more than one description. In fact, there are an average of 327 classes in use for a given state, with 1,400 descriptions. That is why we developed a look up tool for all producers.

Use the search box above to search all available states by class code or description. You can also click on a state below to pull up active class codes in your state. Click on a class code to pull up a state specific market report including a historic look at the carriers competing for business, their market share and more!

ColoradoClass CodesNCCI
ConnecticutClass CodesNCCI
DelawareClass CodesNot NCCI
FloridaClass CodesNCCI
GeorgiaClass CodesNCCI
IllinoisClass CodesNCCI
MarylandClass CodesNCCI
New JerseyClass CodesNot NCCI
NevadaClass CodesNCCI
OhioClass CodesNCCI
OklahomaClass CodesNCCI
OregonClass CodesNCCI
PennsylvaniaClass CodesNot NCCI
South CarolinaClass CodesNCCI
TexasClass CodesNCCI
VirginiaClass CodesNCCI