Workers Compensation

Injury & Accident Attorneys Serving Oklahoma City, Edmond, Norman & all of Oklahoma

Posted: June 27, 2013
As of February 1 of 2014, you will no longer be able to challenge your workers’ comp benefits in court in Oklahoma. The current court-based system has been reformed through recent legislature, changing it to an administrative system. Why the New Reform? Many in the Oklahoma government believe this… Read Full Post
Posted: June 17, 2013
If there was ever a time to file a workers’ compensation claim in the State of Oklahoma, the time would be right now. Change to the “comp” system is inevitable; actually, change is here. The Oklahoma Legislature passed reform, effective February 1, 2014. Change is here. If you are an injured… Read Full Post
Posted: June 11, 2013
If you live and work in Oklahoma, then you have probably heard of the recent workers’ compensation law reforms. The new system provides an opt-out option for certain employers, allowing them to select the type of compensation benefits they offer. While the potential savings for these employers may… Read Full Post
Posted: May 30, 2013
Workers’ compensation is a wonderful benefit for when we get hurt on the job. However, the process breaks down when people don’t follow through with reports, or worse, when they don’t even report an injury. Compensation cannot be provided if an injury hasn’t been reported or if the report is… Read Full Post
Posted: May 28, 2013
As new workers’ compensation reform rolls into Oklahoma, several concerns pop up with the new bill signed by Gov. Mary Fallen. With a switch from a court-based system to an administrative structure, businesses are more in charge of the compensation they provide. So, why is this concerning for… Read Full Post
Posted: May 25, 2013
Oklahoma’s workers’ compensation law has changed since Gov. Mary Fallin signed new legislation on May 6. The legislation changes the current workers’ compensation system from court-based to an administrative structure in hopes of reducing costs for businesses. Democrats opposed the bill saying… Read Full Post
Posted: May 18, 2013
On May 6, Oklahoma workers compensation law drastically changed when Governor Mary Fallin signed a new measure into law restructuring the current system in the state. The old judicial system is now becoming an administrative one. That being the case, workers who get hurt need to know their rights… Read Full Post
Posted: December 21, 2012
Together, the father-daughter team of Joe and Emily Biscone has over 45 years practicing workers’ compensation law. Joe began specializing in workers’ compensation in 1975. Emily joined her dad in 2003. Both Joe and Emily graduated from Oklahoma City University School of Law, and both are admitted… Read Full Post