Mailing your claims documents to the OWCP regional office may take forever and a day. This may delay your getting the compensation you deserve as an injured federal worker, complicating your life and sinking you further into debt. As a postal worker injury compensation law firm, we are often surprised by the fact that many injured federal workers don’t know that they can send over their documents via fax, which, after the online OWCP portal, is the second fastest way of getting your documents to the people that need to see them so you can get started on your claims process.
Are you looking for a federal workers’ compensation law firm to determine how much your claim is worth? We handle injured federal workers from different federal agencies and have over 20 years of specialized experience helping injured federal workers just like you get compensated for their injuries. You may be eligible for compensation to cover medical treatment costs, lost wages as well a schedule award. Call 1-855-233-3002 NOW to speak with an experienced federal workers’ compensation attorney for more information on what we can do for you.
How To Fax Claim Forms to OWCP
It is important that you get your doctor’s reports to your claims examiner as an injured postal worker in the shortest amount of time possible. Don’t think about mailing them to the London Kentucky office because this takes a long time. Simply send them to the examiner via fax, and write down your claim number on each piece of paper that you fax. Do it yourself, and don’t count on anyone else to do this for you as any mistake may set you back weeks. Please call 1-866-866-692-7487 to speak to someone and ask them to provide you with their fax number. However, we'd like to strongly advise you to contact us at 1-855-233-3002 before you get started on the whole process of faxing documents so we can take a look at your claim forms to ensure everything is in order.
Don’t Forget Your Claim Number In Your Documents
Please remember to indicate this OWCP claim number on the top right of each document. In addition, please remember that things may start to pick up speed once your claim is approved, which means that your doctor will send any paperwork as well as their bills. This is why it is so important to fax everything as it gets to you to make life easy and ensure efficiency when dealing with your claims examiner.
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Need help faxing claim forms to the OWCP? Call and speak with our federal workers’ compensation attorneys NOW at 1-855-233-3002 for more information. Thanks, and we look forward to hearing from you.