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Federal Employee Workers Compensation Claims

Federal Employee Workers Compensation Claims  

Were you aware many federal employee claims go unopened due to most federal workers not knowing their rights? If you are injured on the job or become ill due to your job, you are covered by the Federal Employee’s Compensation Act (FECA) and deserve compensation. If you were injured on the job, have a non-related injury limiting your ability to perform job duties or have become ill due to your job, the Injured Federal Workers Advocate Association (IFWAA) can help you!
In order for your injury or illness to qualify under FECA, the injury must have occurred while performing duties of your job or the illness must be due to working conditions and hazards from the job. Injuries that occur while traveling for your job or working off-site are also covered. FECA will also provide benefits to surviving family members of federal employees that die on the job or die due to an illness caused by working conditions and hazards.

How IFWAA Can Help with Your FECA Claim

IFWAA can manage your entire workers’ compensation claim at no cost to you, no co-pays, no deductibles, no out-of-pocket fees and no private medical insurance. We can help you complete all necessary CA forms, track claim deadlines, file for lost wages and continuation of pay as well as communicate with your supervisor, the Office of Workers’ Compensation Programs (OWCP),your union representative and nurse case manager. When you partner with IFWAA for your federal work compensation claim, you will receive:

  • Free claims management.
  • The latest information on laws, regulations, and resources for injured federal employees.
  • Assistance with choosing an approved FECA doctor, surgeon, clinic, and hospital.
  • Assistance completing all CA claim forms.
  • Assistance filing for Family and Medical Leave Act forms.
  • Assistance filing for the continuation of pay and lost wages.
  • Communication on your behalf with your employer, medical providers, nurse case manager, a union representative and DOL/OWCP.

The FECA injury claims process can be extremely confusing and contain many steps. At IFWAA we offer free case management, simplifying the workers’ compensation insurance claims process for you. Want more information about federal employee workers compensation claims? Contact IFWAA today, we’d be happy to assist you!