Law Firms Often Pay More For Health Care

Law360, New York (October 10, 2008, 12:00 AM EDT) -- If your employer is a law firm, there's a good chance it's paying more for the company health care plan than a company in a more blue collar industry does.

“It depends on the carrier and their own experience,” said Jim Edholm, president of employee benefits planning firm Business Benefits Insurance, who says white collar professions often pay more for their plans. “It isn't that they're out to shortchange the law firms. It's usually based on the demographics and experience with that industry.”

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