Federal Workplace Injury in bremerton
Do you have any federal workplace injuries in Bremerton? We are here to help you get the skilled medical attention you need to heal, as well as the specialist assistance you need to get your OWCP claim recognized and receive your compensation.
The Federal Employees Compensation Act (FECA) guarantees federal employees' protection against all harms resulting from their field of work, including:
- And more
Our services at Bremerton Wellness use a multidisciplinary strategy to assist individuals get the therapies they require for their injuries.
Traditional medicine, chiropractic care, physical therapy, and other treatments may be used in combination until our patients are well again. Your relief from pain is our doctors' top priority, and our administrative team is available to assist you in getting your insurance claim approved.
All civil federal employees are eligible for the FECA, including those who work for the Social Security Administration, Federal Bureau of Prisons, TSA, USPS, VA, DHS, DOD, ICE, and all AFGE members.
Injured on the Job?
Even special accommodations under FECA are made for volunteers in the Peace Corps and other specialized groups of people. One of our staff members will be pleased to discuss your case with you and see if one of our doctors can help you recover at no upfront cost to you if you have any doubts about your eligibility for medical care and benefits under the FECA.
The time to take action is now if you have sustained an injury at work. You must submit your OWCP claims within specific deadlines in order to be eligible for payments, so you don't want to lose out. You should be aware that you have rights under the FECA and the OWCP, including the ability to have all of your medical expenditures paid for, the freedom to choose your own doctor, and compensation for some missed income. So you must get things moving right away. Make an appointment right away at Bremerton Wellness.
Call us at (360) 627-7408 right now to speak with our team if you've suffered a federal workplace injury.