There are several things to consider on how to find a workers compensation attorney.Read More
The Oklahoma workers’ compensation laws were revised in 2011. The new revisions cover everything concerning compensations and legal processes. Some of the sections in the new Oklahoma workers comp code include:Read More
Generally, participants are not required to repay benefits for Medicare & Medicaid services while they are living; however, Medicaid can recover some benefits from the assets of certain participants upon their death. As such, the federal law normally inhibits claims that are made against participants of Medicaid for paid benefits, even if the Medicaid participants have realized a substantial fortune.Read More
The State Industrial Commission administered the Oklahoma's workers' compensation law until the year 1959. Up to 1939, the Governor had appointed three separate Commissioners to head the program. Each Commissioner was allowed to serve six-year terms.
This changed in the years 1939-1955 when the five Commissioners during that period were required...Read More
Workplace compensation fraud is the process whereby someone intentionally hides, misrepresents and lies to either obtain or deny employee compensation benefits or insurance coverage.
There is usually some form of financial gain to be derived from the fraud and it can be committed....Read More