The experience factor is the number that indicates how this company's claims experience compares with the rest of that industry. It's used to raise or lower the premium rate they pay to cover workers' compensation claims costs.

L&I calculates an experience factor by comparing a company's accident costs to the average costs of other companies in the same risk classification. An experience factor greater than 1.0 indicates a company has had higher-than-average claim cost; lower than 1.0 shows lower-than-average claim cost. New businesses usually start out with a factor of 1.0 until they are "experience rated."

Business Name: SELLEN CONSTRUCTION CO INC
Legal Business Name: SELLEN CONSTRUCTION CO INC
UBI #: 578 006 698
Account #: 181,554-00

This is a self-insured account. This account is not subject to experience factor.