Workers’ compensation awards in Oklahoma drop under new judges
Oklahoma’s four newest workers’ compensation judges are much more tightfisted than their predecessors in handing out money to injured workers.
The four newest workers’ compensation judges are much more tightfisted than their predecessors in handing out money to injured Oklahoma workers.
The four have awarded, on average, $5,092 less to workers with permanent injuries than did the four judges they replaced, records show. That’s a 15.6 percent drop.
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