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Important Information About FECA For Injured Postal Workers

Posted on April 21, 2018 by Michael McCready
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As an injured federal worker, it is important to know the legislation around federal workers’ compensation so you are aware of the process, the time limits and anything else that might be required of you to enable the smooth fil...

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Is The USPS a Dangerous Job? Common Hazards You Must Know About

Posted on April 21, 2018 by Michael McCready
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The USPS is one of the largest employers in the federal government. A lot of people go into this job thinking that the government will take care of them, offer them job security as well as ensure they are well compensated when the...

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How Do I Fill in the CA-1 Form? Injured USPS Worker Guide

Posted on April 21, 2018 by Michael McCready
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Injured postal workers can sustain an injury caused by an external force or stress or strain in the line of duty. This can be something like a fall, a dog bite, a car accident or torn meniscus due to having to lug heavy mail bags ...

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How To Handle Requests for Second & Third Opinion Exams for Injured Postal Workers

Posted on April 21, 2018 by Michael McCready
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Injured postal workers are sometimes asked to undergo a second opinion exam. This is just another way for OWCP to trump up a reason to boot you out of federal workers’ compensation or deny you benefits from the get-go. As a rule...

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USPS Injured Worker Reporting Procedures

Posted on April 21, 2018 by Michael McCready
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As a postal worker, it is important to note that injury claims are taken seriously and the urgency that they deserve. To this end, it is important to take USPS injury reporting seriously in order to lock in your benefits as an inj...

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What are The Differences Between FERS and OWCP? Injured Federal Worker Q&A

Posted on April 21, 2018 by Michael McCready
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A lot of injured federal workers who have suffered a permanent injury are grateful for the ability to access OWCP , and feel a sense of comfort because they know that the federal government will take care of them on account of the...

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Important Information About The USPS Injury Compensation Manual EL-505 – NALC

Posted on April 21, 2018 by Michael McCready
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USPS worker injuries can be debilitating, and if it’s your first time suffering an injury, you may intuitively search online for information that can help you figure out the next steps to take. To this end, OWCP has made it easy...

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Will I Be Compensated for Mail Carrier Back Pain?

Posted on April 21, 2018 by Michael McCready
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Back pain is one of the most common complaints in people over the age of 18, and it usually leads to eventual complications and disability in some professions such as those that work for the United States Postal Service. Lugging h...

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Do I Qualify for a Lump Sum Schedule Award as an Injured Federal Worker?

Posted on April 21, 2018 by Michael McCready
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If you’ve sustained permanent disability as a federal worker making it impossible to use a certain body part, you may qualify for compensation under federal workers’ compensation. This is a somewhat flexible compensation progr...

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How Much Are Federal Workers’ Compensation Attorney Fees?

Posted on April 21, 2018 by Michael McCready
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If you’ve seen the numerous personal injury ads on TV, I’m sure you’ve come across the “no fees until we win” quote numerous times. This is usually acceptable in personal injury cases that are outside of federal workers...

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