Attorney Fee Award to Insurance in-House Counsel

I have a property damage case defended by an attorney who works directly for the insurance company. If I lose at trial, will they be entitled to recoup a statutory attorney fee or does the fact that he's an employee of the insurance company (as opposed to hired, outside counsel), prevent that

Answer: I don't know of an Oklahoma case squarely in point but the federal rule is that it doesn't make any difference if the winning lawyer is salaried. See: Centennial Archaeology, Inc. v. Aecom, Inc., 688 F.3d 673, 678 (10th Cir. 2012). This case cites numerous other cases to that effect.