Know Your Rights!
Under the Federal Employee’s Compensation Act of 1916, known as FECA, you have the right to file a claim when injured on the job or when working in pain.
Knowing your rights is an essential part of getting your claim opened correctly, receiving proper medical attention, and collecting any compensation due.
Who Is Covered and Benefits…
WHO is covered by FECA?
- All federal employees regardless of what position is held or length of employment.
Benefits under FECA?
- Medical expenses
- Physical therapy
- Compensation for lost wages
- Transportation assistance- reimbursement for mileage to/from medical appointments
Services We Offer…
- No-cost case management for all DOL/OWCP injury
- Completing and understanding all CA forms
- Assistance in choosing approved qualified DOL doctors’ offices, clinics, surgeons
- Zero upfront out of pocket fees in our facility
- Quick and easy step-by-step process
- Assistance in filing new claims
- Managing existing claims
- Assistance in filing FMLA paperwork
- Assistance with filing EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission) claims when necessary
- Assistance with communicating with the supervisor of the Department of Labor Office Workers Compensation, their medical providers, nurse case manager, and their union representative
- Help with appeals if claims are denied
- Maximum medical improvement- impairment rating
Do You Know Your CA Forms?
- CA1 – Notice of Traumatic Injury
- CA2 – Notice of Occupational Disease
- CA2a – Notice of Recurrence
- CA7 – Claim for Compensation
- CA7a – Time Analysis Form
- CA7b – Leave Buy Back
- CA10 – What a Federal Employee Should Do When Injured at Work
- CA16 – Authorization for Examination and/or Treatment
- CA17 – Duty Status Report
- CA20 – Attending Physicians Report
- OWCP 915 – Claim for Medical Reimbursement
- OWCP 957 – Medical Travel Refund Request
- CA-1122 Short Form 3rd Party Recovery
- CA-1108 Long Form 3rd Party Recovery