- About the Commission
- Permitting Services
Due to inclement weather, Judge Inhofe will remain in Tulsa and Judge Egan will remain in Oklahoma City on Wednesday, February 20th. In the event Commission offices are open, Judge Egan will handle Judge Inhofe’s Oklahoma City docket, and Judge Inhofe will handle Judge Egan’s Tulsa docket.
Any requests for reset will be set on the assigned judge’s next available docket.
Important Instructions: Click the button below to access the electronic affidavit form. The form is listed under OTHER SERVICES on the Case OK website.
Please note the Workers' Compensation Commission will not accept checks for the Affidavit of Exempt Status Fee.
The Oklahoma Workers' Compensation
Commission is the agency responsible
for handling claims of injured
workers. Oklahoma workers whose
claims are in dispute
with their employer file a claim
with the commission
in order to get the case resolved
in a timely manner.
The new administrative system
took effect February 1, 2014.
This system will be beneficial
to both workers and employers.
It will be faster, which allows
workers to return to work
sooner. It will lower premiums
on workers compensation insurance
for employers thereby creating new
jobs in Oklahoma's economy.
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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105