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What is OWCP Federal Workers’ Compensation?

When a federal employee is injured while performing job duties at work or develops an occupational illness or disease, they have the right to file a Federal Workers’ Compensation claim.

Why hire an attorney?
The OWCP Federal Workers’ Compensation

Benefit Highlights

Wage Loss Payments

This benefit replaces a percentage of your salary while you miss work due to an accepted Federal Worker’s Compensation claim.

Schedule Awards

This benefit is a payment for a permanent impairment due to an accepted injury that has reached Maximum Medical Improvement (MMI).

Medical Expense Coverage

This benefit pays for medical services pertaining to the accepted Federal Workers’ Compensation claim and diagnoses.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a OWCP Federal Workers’ Compensation schedule award?

How does OWCP Federal Workers’ Compensation affect Social Security Disability?

Is it possible to get kicked off of OWCP Wage Loss

How long does it take to settle OWCP Federal Workers’ Compenstaion?

Federal Employee Resources

Our ever growing library of federal employee resources give you the knowledge you need to make smart choices about your future.

FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

Get the answers you need on-demand, from a team of federal employee benefits professionals.

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Webinars

Federal Benefit Webinars

Twice per month we host webinars to help federal employees better understand their benefits and answer their questions LIVE.

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Guides

Benefit Guides

From guides to detailed charts, these educational resources will help clarify confusing federal employee benefits topics.

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A simple & proven process.

1

Schedule a free Consultation

Our free consultations will help you understand your options and learn how you can maximize your benefits.

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2

Hire our team of professionals

Once you have hired our experienced legal team, we will immediately begin work on your case. You will feel a significant weight off your shoulders.

3

Utilize Strong Medical Evidence & Legal Arguments

This requires collecting the proper medical evidence and developing the necessary legal arguments for your case.

4

Find the financial security you need

Our proven process will help you find the peace-of-mind you deserve. We have helped 6,000+ federal employees find the secure future they need.

Are you eligible?

Any federal employee has the right to file a Federal Workers’ Compensation claim if they are eligible.

1

All civilian employees

This benefit is available to any federal employee that works in a civilian posiiton.

2

Must have a medical
condition caused by work

Your injury must have happened or worsened due to work.

Common Injuries
Schedule Award

What body injuries are covered?

Do you have a permanent impairment to a body part from a work related injury. Find out what the OWCP schedule looks like for each body part.

Common Injuries

Have you been denied?

We can assist you through the appeals process.

Important OWCP Terms

There are many confusing terms and concepts when it comes to OWCP Federal Workers’ Compensation. Here are a few common terms that are important to understand.

Total Temporary Disability

Also referred to as “TTD”. This is another term for the OWCP Wage Loss payments.

Impairment Rating

In order to receive a schedule award, your doctor must diagnose the percentage of permanent impairment to a body part due to the accepted injury.

Maximum Medical Improvement

Also know as “MMI”, this refers to the diagnosis by a doctor that the accepted injury cannot improve any further with medical intervention.

OWCP

Via the Department of Labor (DOL), the Office of Workers’ Compensation programs manages all Federal Workers’ Compensation claims through claims examiners at 12 regional offices.

Educational Resources

Read our OWCP Federal Workers’ Compensation Articles