ASSIST WITH FEDERAL CLAIMS FORMS
Rehab4Work specializes in treatment of work injuries for federal employees. Department of Labor (DOL) injuries requires highly specialized training by the medical and administrative staff in all the nuances and intricacies of federal workers compensation. Federal workers comp requires specialized forms for multiple different circumstances including forms CA-1 and CA-2 for reporting work injuries. Our federal workers comp medical doctors will help accurately document your Department of Labor (DOL) injury and we are aware that poor documentation of your injuries can lead to the injured federal worker not receiving benefits they are entitled to during treatment.
We have onsite DOL-OWCP coordinators and federal workers compensation doctors at all times to assist you with your DOL-OWCP claim.
Rehab4work doctors are experts in
Schedule Award Impairment ratings using 6th edition AMA Guides
Assistance with filling out the required forms
Comprehensive and detailed medical narratives
Assistance with getting your medical upgrades, recurrence of injury claims, traumatic (CA-1) and occupational injury (CA-2) claims accepted
Assistance with COP- Continuation of Pay
Assistance with filling for OPM disability benefit
We understand the importance of filling your Department of Labor OWCP claim correctly. If you file your claim incorrectly, you could lose your benefits or cause delay in receiving your benefits. Oftentimes when one has sustained a work related injury, the necessary steps to take can be overwhelming in addition to recovering from that injury. Our DOL-OWCP coordinators are available to assist you with your Department of Labor (DOL) injury. Moreover, we all would like to assume that the medical care and paperwork runs smoothly when it comes to Department of Labor injuries, however this isn’t always the case. The federal workers comp providers at Rehab4Work and onsite DOL-OWCP coordinators are prepared for obstacles that may occur during this process and we will take a proactive approach with your injury to get you safely back to work.