Oral Answers to Questions — Workmen's Compensation.

Part of the debate – in the House of Commons on 21st July 1942.

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Year.Premium income (after necessary adjustments).Amount expended in compensation or damages*.Commission and Management Expenses.Profit†.
££££
1920Information not available.
19218,061,2762,971,2752,785,6482,304,353
19226,490,4782,974,6022,186,1231,329,753
19235,422,9152,911,9461,964,232546,737
19245,373,4543,019,8541,867,004486,596
19255,663,8953,078,8131,893,080692,002
19265,638,3213,248,0321,886,213504,076
19275,907,5763,319,0461,924,846663,684
19285,622,2423,184,3531,851,705586,184
19295,595,2293,234,5331,840,872519,824
19305,555,2403,216,3351,860,644478,261
19315,304,4112,973,7041,747,928582,779
19324,853,0662,794,0461,654,991404,029
19334,650,2992,867,4071,635,515147,377
19344,807,6453,065,3481,695,66146,636
19355,305,8433,413,5811,758,342133,920
19365,508,7533,506,9361,835,070166,747
19375,964,9533,869,2201,966,118129,615
19386,384,7063,875,0072,065,822443,877
1939Information not available.
1940
* The figures include not only workmen's compensation payments and reserves for outstanding claims but also damages under the Fatal Accidents Act, 1846, the Employers' Liability Act, 1880, and common law and legal and medical expenses in connection therewith.
† The amounts shown for profit do not include interest or dividends on reserves, for which complete figures are not available.