Archive for August, 2011

What type of Federal Doctor do I need for my OWCP claim?

Wednesday, August 31st, 2011

Depending on what type of injury or illness you have, there are a variety of different specialists that can treat your conditions. cannot provide every type of specialist in every region in the country, but we are trying to fill our network with as many as we can find.

Remember that a federal doctor is simply a doctor who understands the federal workers compensation system and how to work with OWCP to get your claim heading in the right direction and get you on the road to recovery. If you have a federal workers compensation attorney working on your file, the right doctor can provide the medical evidence that they will need to help you win your claim.

General practitioners, orthopedics, neurologists, pain management, and psychiatrists are the most commonly used physicians in the federal realm and that is what we focus on in our network. However, they might be able to help you find other specialists if you need one. Seeing a doctor regularly can build your case and help you in the future with your OWCP benefits.

25 States and Counting

Monday, August 29th, 2011 has coverage in over 25 states and counting. This is significant considering there has never been an accurate database where federal employees could find good treating and examining physicians to help them with their OWCP claims.

A federal doctor, or simply one who understands the federal workers compensation process, can be very difficult to find. That’s why we are here. Help us to continue to spread the word throughout the federal community!

What if no doctors come up when I search?

Monday, August 29th, 2011

If no doctors populate the search results for when you enter your zip code, we need your information even more!

Many doctors who are very capable of helping federal employees do not take the time to learn the differences between federal and state workers compensation systems because they do not understand the need. While there are millions of federal employees nationwide, they are vastly outnumbered by non federal workers.

Leaving your contact information will allow us to educate a potential federal doctor about how many federal employees need their help. We will only use your zip code as a statistic of that doctor’s region. We will not pass your personal information to them unless they exhibit the necessary knowledge of the OWCP process.

Remember, we are continuously searching for great doctors throughout the country and as soon as we find one near you, we can connect you to them to get you the treatment that you need. We need your help spreading the word throughout the federal community that help is on the way!

Read our blog, Like us on Facebook, Follow us on Twitter, and tell everyone you know about how is helping injured federal employees find great doctors.

Helping Federal Employees Find Great Doctors

Thursday, August 25th, 2011

Federal employees all across the nation get injured on the job every day. Unfortunately, it is not easy to find a physician who has extensive experience with the federal workers compensation system. Many doctors don’t understand the need for causation, expanding diagnosis, or writing an impairment rating and how those reports differ in the federal claims vs. state claims.

That is why was born.

We search the country to find top notch physicians who have dedicated a portion of their practice to understanding the intricacies of an OWCP claim process. They have understanding of how to write those special reports that are required to make sure you get the benefits you are entitled to.

The site is free to use. These doctors are ready to hear from you and begin assisting you with the medical aspects of your claim.

Follow us on Twitter, like our Facebook, read our blogs, and share them with your friends and co-workers. This site is here for your benefit. Spread the news. The more people use the site, the more doctors will be willing to helping federal employees throughout the nation.


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