Workers’ Compensation

Registered nurses (RNs) provide critical care for patients and are vital to the U.S. healthcare system. Nurses are commonly employed in hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, and other facilities. These jobs can be extremely demanding physically. The equipment they use and the facilities they work in often pose safety hazards that…

Ryan Bisher Ryan & Simons Offers Workers‘ Compensation Help The attorneys at Ryan Bisher Ryan & Simons stand up for Oklahoma workers who are having difficulty obtaining workers’ compensation benefits after suffering job-related injuries or developing occupational illnesses. Is Oklahoma City a “No-Fault,” Worker’s Comp State? Workers’ compensation is a no-fault…

Loud noise in the workplace can make it difficult to concentrate and communicate, reduce productivity, cause physical and mental stress and contribute to on-the-job accidents and injuries. Short-term workplace exposure to loud noise can cause temporary changes to hearing, while long-term exposure to high noise levels can cause permanent hearing…

Under Oklahoma’s statutory workers’ compensation scheme, employees are barred from bringing personal injury claims against their own employer. This means that, even when your employer’s negligence led directly to your injuries, you are limited to seeking benefits through the workers’ compensation system. This restriction on bringing personal injury lawsuits, however,…