Day: October 12, 2016

What to do when injured at work.

Injured employees throughout the nation have experienced denials of their workers’ compensation claims, denial of essential medical treatments, and lost wages due to denied compensation claims. In many instances, these injured workers were told by their medical providers that the doctor’s office would “take care of everything” for them, only to find themselves with large …

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What is COP and How is it Calculated?

Following a traumatic injury, one of the first concerns for an injured employee and their family is compensation. The Federal Employees Compensation Act (FECA) has a provision known as Continuation of Pay (COP) which requires that the employing agency must continue the injured employee’s regular pay during any period of work-related disability, up to a maximum of 45 calendar …

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