Medical, Wage Loss and Compensation for Work Related Injury or Death

The Federal Employees’ Compensation Act (FECA) is a law which provides benefits for civilian employees of the United States who have suffered work-related injuries or occupational diseases. These benefits include payment of medical expenses and compensation for wage loss. FECA also provides for payment of benefits to dependents of employees who die from work-related injuries or diseases. Contact U.S. Department of Labor – Employee Standards Administration; 866-999-3322; {}; {}.

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  • I was working construction and fell off the ladder at work and broke my ankle and shattered my elbow on February 10, 2018. After about a month and a half I returned to work on light duty. On the 22nd of May of 2018, I went back to the Dr and the pins had come out of the bone and I had to have surgery again. So, now I’m back to not being able to work and my wife is disabled due to 8 car accidents that have left her not able to work at all because of the injuries sustained and I’m the only one working. Between her medical expenses and our household bills, I am in serious trouble in trying to pay our bills and take care of my wife who is Wheelchair bound and can’t do for herself. If you could help us out until I get back on my feet to go back to work that would be a great blessing to our family.

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