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Weight a factor in city's skyrocketing workers compensation costs


A 290-pound firefighter for the City of Tulsa injured his back lifting an iron skillet while a 5-foot-1-inch, 300-pound records clerk for the city in Oklahoma injured a knee while turning in a swivel chair. Such injuries contributed to Tulsa paying nearly $30 million in workers compensation costs over three years and a search for a consultant to help the city reduce those expenses. Read coverage about this issue.