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Oklahoma law requires that employers provide insurance coverage for employees who are injured at work. This insurance becomes the sole remedy for injured workers, and provides compensation for medical costs, lost income, rehabilitation, and other costs incurred by the injured worker.

In exchange for providing for this insurance coverage, the company’s insurer gets to choose the doctor and other medical professionals to evaluate the extent of the injury and any resulting temporary or total disability. Naturally, the insurance company chooses doctors and nurses who minimize the extent and effect of the workplace injury. As an injured worker who is concerned about receiving fair and complete compensation, you should seek help from an experienced workman’s comp attorney.

Oklahoma workers’ compensation law sets strict time limits and other requirements for eligibility for benefits. If you have suffered a workplace injury, contact Frasier, Frasier & Hickman as soon as possible.

Your health, livelihood, and family may depend on it.

Frasier, Frasier & Hickman helps victims of workplace injuries get full and fair compensation for their losses and disabilities with their Tulsa worker’s compensation lawyers.


Our Tulsa worker’s compensation attorneys advise you to take the following steps if you have been injured at work:

1.) Immediately notify your supervisor and your union representative of any injury, and file an accident report claiming workplace injury on duty.
2.) Request any needed medical treatment.
3.) Contact your attorney to file a Form 3 with the Workers’ Compensation Court.

Additional information about the workers’ compensation system can be found in our Workers’ Compensation Guide.


The law spells out in detail exactly what benefits an injured worker is entitled to receive, but the law is very complex. If an injured worker’s attorney is not well-versed in workers’ compensation law and does not regularly practice it, the worker may lose some or all benefits.

At Frasier, Frasier & Hickman we know workers’ compensation law, the workers compensation system, and how to get the benefits an injured worker deserves. We can file a Form 3 for you and see that you get all benefits to which you are entitled. If applicable to your situation, we can also provide help with any Social Security Disability matters.

We do not charge for Workers’ Compensation claim services unless money is collected on your behalf.

Our Tulsa worker’s compensation attorneys are waiting to take your call. For a free initial consultation with a workers’ compensation claim lawyer at Frasier, Frasier & Hickman LLP, call 918-584-4724 or contact us online.

Serving clients throughout Oklahoma, including Tulsa and Oklahoma City.