Carpal Tunnel and Federal Workers’ Compensation

Federal Workers' Compensation

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a repetitive strain injury to the nerves, muscles and the...

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Emotional Distress and Federal Workers’ Compensation

Federal Workers' Compensation

Emotional distress can be life-changing and interfere with the way you perform your work...

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Conditions Accepted by OWCP

Federal Workers' Compensation

The OWCP has stringent rules when it comes to compensation for federal worker injuries....

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Federal Workers’ Compensation and Pre-Existing Injuries

Federal Workers' Compensation

Whether you’re an office clerk at a federal agency or a field officer doing...

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Calculating a Schedule Award

Federal Workers' Compensation

A schedule award is a different aspect of federal compensation that seems like a...

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Why Was My Federal Workers’ Compensation Claim Denied?

Federal Workers' Compensation

The Office of the Workers’ Compensation program assigns cases that come to them to...

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Myths About Federal Workers’ Compensation

Federal Workers' Compensation

There are a lot of misconceptions about federal workers’ compensation. Many injured workers choose...

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Types of FECA Benefits

Federal Workers' Compensation

Injuries while performing work duties are common, and federal workers are not exempt. Because...

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Why a Clear Diagnosis for Federal Workers’ Compensation is Necessary

Federal Workers' Compensation

Getting injured as a federal worker can put you out of commission which leads...

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