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Companies can't make their own workers' comp rules

In the United States, one of the rights that employees are entitled to is the ability to seek compensation after an on-the-job injury. Unfortunately, many are expressing concern over the vanishing worker protections in the United States, and it's not hard to see why. In Oklahoma, companies were essentially allowed to set their own rules for dealing with injured workers. Unsurprisingly, Oklahoma companies took advantage of this law by placing more restrictions on workers' compensation. 

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