HELPING INJURED FEDERAL WORKERS
If you have found this website, it is likely you have suffered a work injury and have now learned how difficult the workers' compensation process can be for federal employees. If you need help, feel free to call me to discuss your situation: .
DO YOU NEED A LAWYER?
HELPING INJURED FEDERAL WORKERS FOR OVER 25 YEARS
When the Federal Workers' Compensation program was created in 1916, you may not have needed a lawyer. However, the way the program is administered today causes many workers to be denied benefits to which they are entitled. In a federal workers' compensation claim, you are entitled to:
MEDICAL CARE LAWYER
REPLACEMENT OF LOST WAGES
A SCHEDULE AWARD FOR PERMANENT INJURY TO SPECIFIC LIMBS OR ORGANS
You may also have a personal injury case that must be pursued within the relevant statute of limitation if a third party caused your injury.
If you are having trouble getting or keeping any of these benefits, it may be time to seek legal help. Be sure to consult with an experienced lawyer who understands your rights as well as the rules that govern the Office of Workers Compensation Program (OWCP).