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Jan 23, 2014

New Workers Comp Law Under Fire

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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 courts and into the administrative arena. So it is ironic that the law itself is now on its way to court. A pair of legislators from both the [...]

Dec 30, 2013

What Potential Hazards Do Hydraulic Fracturing Workers Face?

By |Dec 30, 2013|Workers Compensation|0 Comments

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 Economic Research & Policy Institute report. For workers, the boom in hydraulic fracturing — “fracking” — brings jobs, but at what price? Fracking is a dangerous job.  In [...]

Dec 20, 2013

Insurance Department Rolls Out the Oklahoma Option

By |Dec 20, 2013|Workers Compensation|0 Comments

Ever since the Oklahoma Legislature enacted sweeping reforms to the state workers compensation system in the spring of 2013, the Oklahoma Insurance Department (OID) has been busy drafting the regulations and procedures that will carry out the new laws. In November, the OID unveiled a draft of the new rules, opening them up for public [...]

Nov 21, 2013

Types of Construction Accidents

By |Nov 21, 2013|Personal Injury|0 Comments

Hard hats are worn on construction sites for a reason. However, just because building sites are dangerous doesn’t mean that accidents are bound to happen. If you are a construction worker and you suffer injury on the job, you may be able to receive workers’ compensation. However, you may also be able to file a [...]

Aug 12, 2013

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

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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 precipitates an injury — like a fall at a construction site, or a shelving collapse at a warehouse — you have 30 days to report the injury [...]

Aug 3, 2013

What if Workers’ Compensation Is Not Enough?

By |Aug 3, 2013|Workers Compensation|0 Comments

Oklahoma workers’ compensation is designed to help workers get back to work quickly after on-the-job injuries and prevent them from going without income while they cannot work. It also helps protect employers from expensive and time-consuming lawsuits by employees — particularly important in the more dangerous professions, like construction work. With few exceptions, employers must [...]

Jul 17, 2013

More on Oklahoma Changes to Workers’ Compensation Laws

By |Jul 17, 2013|Workers Compensation|0 Comments

Oklahoma has now joined Texas in offering employers a way to control workers’ compensation insurance and claims through arbitration and privatization. What does this mean for employees? Employers have the option now of opting out of the workers’ compensation system, a backbone of employee rights for more than 100 years. Unlike Texas, however, in order [...]

Jun 26, 2013

Off or on the Road: The Danger of Construction Sites

By |Jun 26, 2013|Workers Compensation|0 Comments

Construction work is inherently dangerous, as is evidenced in a story that made headlines this spring in Tulsa. Hit while setting up road construction cones in March, a 59-year-old construction worker died after being struck by a pickup truck and dragged under the vehicle for 25 feet along an asphalt road. The elderly woman driving [...]

Apr 5, 2013

Avoiding Workplace Injuries and Protecting Your Rights as an Employee

By |Apr 5, 2013|Workers Compensation|0 Comments

An injury at work can be devastating for you and your family. Despite major strides reducing workplace injuries and deaths in the past four decades, more than 4,500 workers still die each year. Another 4.1 million are seriously injured at work. Thousands more suffer from debilitating illnesses due to exposure to workplace conditions. For this [...]

Mar 27, 2013

Workers Comp Covers Work Injuries Off-Premises

By |Mar 27, 2013|Workers Compensation|0 Comments

What if you are injured doing something work-related but not on your employer’s premises? Many jobs require an employee to leave the premises for work-related tasks from time to time, whether it is to meet a client, make a deposit at the bank, or pick up supplies. If you are injured while performing a task [...]

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