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Workers’ Compensation for Common Oilfield Industry Accidents
Workers’ Compensation for Common Oilfield Industry Accidents

The oil and gas extraction industry is an incredibly dangerous industry for its workers. The work is strenuous and dirty, it involves heavy machinery, potentially explosive gases, exposure to toxins and fast paced work tasks. This provides an environment that is full of ...

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Blog posts in Workers Compensation

  • New Workers Comp Law Under Fire

    One of the goals of the new workers compensation law passed by Oklahoma lawmakers earlier this year was to pull the workers comp process out of the ...

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  • What Potential Hazards Do Hydraulic Fracturing Workers Face?

    Natural gas is a focus of our nation’s push for energy independence, and we have a lot of it. That’s particularly true in Oklahoma, according to an ...

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  • Insurance Department Rolls Out the Oklahoma Option

    Ever since the Oklahoma Legislature enacted sweeping reforms to the state workers compensation system in the spring of 2013, the Oklahoma Insurance ...

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  • If I Suffer a Workplace Injury in Oklahoma, Can I Sue the Responsible Parties?

    One of the main purposes of the Oklahoma Workers’ Compensation program is to help ensure that workers obtain the benefits they need, regardless of who ...

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  • What Are the Most Common Causes of Construction Site Accidents?

    In spite of the strict state safety regulations associated with construction work, it remains one of the most dangerous professions, with falls ...

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  • How Do I File a Workers’ Compensation Claim in Oklahoma?

    The first step to filing a workers’ comp claim is to report your job-related injury to your supervisor at work. In the case of a single event that ...

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  • What if Workers’ Compensation Is Not Enough?

    Oklahoma workers’ compensation is designed to help workers get back to work quickly after on-the-job injuries and prevent them from going without ...

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  • More on Oklahoma Changes to Workers’ Compensation Laws

    Oklahoma has now joined Texas in offering employers a way to control workers’ compensation insurance and claims through arbitration and privatization. ...

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  • Oklahoma’s New Workers’ Compensation Law

    Up until now the idea behind workers’ compensation insurance has been that employees injured on the job can expect medical treatment and wage ...

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