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How to Know if a Federal Workers Comp OWCP Injury is Worth Filing a Claim?

2024-05-28T15:33:44+00:00

Is My Injury Serious Enough to File a Claim?Here are some factors to consider when deciding if your federal work injury is worth filing a claim with OWCP:Severity of the injury: If your injury requires medical attention, results in lost wages, or has long-term impacts on your ability to work, then filing a [...]

How to Know if a Federal Workers Comp OWCP Injury is Worth Filing a Claim?2024-05-28T15:33:44+00:00

5 Things to Do When Injured Working for the Post Office (USPS)

2024-03-04T23:17:15+00:00

Here are the first five things you should do if you get injured while working at the USPS: Seek medical attention: This is the most crucial step. Your health and well-being come first. Get immediate medical attention for your injury, regardless of how severe it seems. Explain to the federal workers compensation [...]

5 Things to Do When Injured Working for the Post Office (USPS)2024-03-04T23:17:15+00:00

Appealing a Denied CA-1

2024-02-02T12:15:22+00:00

Appealing a Denied CA-1 There are two main routes for appealing a denied CA-1: Reconsideration by OWCP: You can request OWCP to reconsider their decision. This involves submitting a written request within 30 days of receiving the denial letter. The request should clearly state your disagreement with the decision and explain any [...]

Appealing a Denied CA-12024-02-02T12:15:22+00:00

A Brief History of the OWCP Program for Federal Workers

2024-01-22T20:28:50+00:00

A Brief History of the OWCP Program for Federal Workers The OWCP program, formally known as the Federal Employees' Compensation Act (FECA), has a long and evolving history of protecting federal workers injured or ill on the job. Here's a glimpse: 1908: Early Seeds: Recognizing the dangers of certain government jobs, President [...]

A Brief History of the OWCP Program for Federal Workers2024-01-22T20:28:50+00:00
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