USPS Injured Worker Reporting Procedures
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 injured postal worker. Failure to do so may mean not having your claim taken seriously, as well as numerous delays that can eat into your nest egg or savings.
Are you an injured federal worker? Please give us a call today on 1-855-233-3002 for more information on the injured federal worker program. There are a lot of legal nuances that OWCP or your supervisor may not share with you, which may effectively eat into the amount you are legally owed by the government as an injured federal worker. We’ve helped dozens of individuals just like you over the years, and we have excellent resources as well as an attentive staff standing by to help you every step of the way. Please call 1-855-233-3002 RIGHT NOW to speak to an attorney for more information.
Reporting Procedures for Injured Postal Workers
- It is usually advisable to let your immediate supervisor know of your injuries on the day that you are injured. This will help them arrange the right medical care so that you are stabilized.
- Informing them will also give them an opportunity to get the ball rolling by providing you with a form CA-1 or form CA-2
- Once you’ve received these forms, get in touch with us on 1-855-233-3002 before filling them in and handing them back you your supervisor.
- We will then make sure that the form is filled in by the supervisor and sent over to the control office in a timely manner.
- If you’ve suffered a traumatic injury, please note that you have the right to be seen by a physician of your choosing.
- If your injury causes some form of disablement, you can elect to apply for and receive continuation of pay for up to 45 calendar or work days.
- Once your forms are forwarded to the control office, they will be checked for completeness and accuracy before being handed over to OWCP.
- Please note that the control office must submit your forms to OWCP within 10 days of receiving them from you.
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The steps outlined above are only a few of the many steps you must follow in the journey towards compensation as an injured federal worker. If you’ve suffered an USPS on the job injury, are wondering what’s in the USPS injury compensation handbook, or want legal advice on USPS accident claims, please give us a call today on 1-855-233-3002 to speak with an experienced attorney FOR FREE. Thanks, and we look forward to hearing from you.