Workers' Compensation Court of Existing Claims MEDIATION SYSTEM
WORKERS COMPENSATION COURT OF EXISTING CLAIMS MEDIATION SYSTEM:
The purpose of the Workers' Compensation Court of Existing Claims' Mediation System
(CMS) is to provide all employers and employees of this state
convenient access to informal procedures for resolution of a
workers' compensation dispute that are inexpensive, expeditious,
effective and fair.
here for an application. Applications are
considered twice a year; in June and December. For a copy
of rules on workers' compensation mediation (Court Rules 52 and 53),
click here. Direct questions about the CMS to the Court's
Counselor Department, 918-581-2714
Contact a Mediator: For a current list of workers' compensation mediators certified by the Court, including contact information, click here.
Mediation Forms: The following forms have been
developed for use in workers' compensation cases mediated by mutual
agreement of the parties or pursuant to a Court ordered referral.
The forms pertain to all mediated cases whether or not a claim for
workers’ compensation (i.e. Form 3 or Form 3B) is on file with the
Mediation Agreement: This is a basic mediation form which may be modified by the mediator as necessary to memorialize the agreement reached by the parties, if any.
Report of Mediation Conference: A mediator must use this form to report the results of the mediation conference to the Court Administrator. The form must be sent to the Administrator for each case mediated, regardless whether or not the parties reached an agreement. The reports are required by Court rule and help the Court evaluate the effectiveness of the CMS.