Federal Esquire - FECA Workers Compensation Attorneys in the United States

Top Quote Federal Esquire is the federal employment division of the law firm of Brett E. Blumstein, P.C. located in Los Angeles, California. End Quote
  • Los Angeles-Long Beach, CA (1888PressRelease) February 05, 2016 - Federal Esquire is the federal employment division of the law firm of Brett E. Blumstein, P.C. located in Los Angeles, California. They are experts in federal employment law and they represent federal employees in every state in the country. The attorneys of the law firm of Brett E. Blumstein, P.C.have firsthand knowledge in working on Federal Workers Compensation, Disability Retirement, EEOC, MSPB and Social Security disability issues.

    Federal Employment Compensation Act
    The Federal Employee's Compensation Act (FECA), 5 USC Chapter 81, provides for the payment of benefits to many federal employees and their dependents for work-related injuries or illnesses resulting from an injury "sustained while in the performance of duty."

    OWCP Schedule Award
    The Office of Workers' Compensation Programs (OWCP) under the Department of Labor (DOL) administers the Federal Employee's Compensation Act (FECA) programs. Many Federal Employees are eligible to wage replacement benefits, medical treatment, vocational rehabilitation, schedule awards and other benefits under this program.When you have a FECA Workers Compensation Attorney from the law firm of Brett E. Blumstein, P.C on your side, you are more likely to get your workers' compensation claim approved.

    Types of Claim
    Continuation Of Pay (COP)
    To receive continuation of pay (COP), a claim for a traumatic injury must be filed within 30 days of the injury on Form CA-1.
    Occupational Disease
    If you sustain an occupational disease or illness, you should file Form CA-2 with your agency.
    Traumatic Injury
    To file a claim for compensation for lost wages due to a traumatic injury or occupational disease, file Form CA-1 with your agency.

    Important medical and factual evidence to establish five basic elements for a compensation claim to be approved:
    The claim was filed within the time limits set by the FECA.
    The injured or deceased person was an employee within the meaning of the FECA.
    The employee actually developed a medical condition (or damaged a prosthesis) in a particular way.
    The employee was in the performance of duty when the event(s) leading to the claim occurred.
    The medical condition found resulted from the event(s) leading to the claim.

    About Federal Esquire
    The Law Offices of Brett E. Blumstein, P.C. has some of the most experienced and professional FECA Workers Compensation attorneys in the country. Their primary focus is to work on Federal Workers compensation (OWCP cases through FECA law), Disability Retirement (OPM), EEOC, MSPB and Social Security disability issues. If you need the help of a FECA Workers Compensation Attorney contact them at 888-977-2254 or log on to http://federalesquire.com/services/feca/.

    Address:
    3580 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 1800
    Los Angeles, CA 90010
    Phone: 888 977 2254

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