Oklahoma workers' comp award raises political questions
A Midwest City firefighter last month was awarded $15,100 in workers’ compensation disability payments after his knee locked up while digging a “gopher hole” in his own yard.
A Midwest City firefighter last month was awarded $15,100 in workers’ compensation disability payments after his knee locked up while digging out a gopher hole in his own yard.
The firefighter’s attorney is the husband of Gov. Mary Fallin, who has been pushing for workers’ compensation reform. The judge who awarded the disability payments is a Fallin...
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