OWCP Lawyers Serving Virginia and Maryland Federal Workers
Protecting the Rights of Injured Federal Workers
If you are a federal worker who has suffered a work-related injury or illness, you can file a claim for benefits with the federal Office of Workers’ Compensation Programs (OWCP). If this is the first time you have needed to file a claim, however, you may not be aware of the rules and requirements. That inexperience can be costly.
The Devadoss Law Firm, P.L.L.C., is a national law firm that is dedicated to representing federal workers. Whether you are dealing with an on-the job injury or another issue such as discrimination, we are here to protect your rights. Our lawyers represent federal employees across the state of Virginia and Maryland, including Roanoke, Richmond, Baltimore and Annapolis. To arrange a free consultation, call us today at or toll free at .
Benefits for Federal Workers Injured on the Job
Federal workers’ compensation provides following types of benefits for federal workers who are injured on the job or suffer from an occupational disease:
- Free medical care for your work-related illness or injury
- Disability benefits to replace lost wages for as long as you are unable to work or can only work part time
- A lump sum benefit for any percentage of permanent impairment after you reach maximum medical improvement
- In some cases, disability retirement or vocational rehabilitation benefits
You are obligated to report any injury or occupational illness to your employer. To ensure that you receive all of the benefits you deserve, it is in your interest to consult an experienced lawyer as soon as possible. At The Devadoss Law Firm, P.L.L.C., you will be represented by an experienced lawyer who represents federal government employees exclusively.
Contact an OWCP Lawyers Serving Virginia and Maryland
Contact us to discuss your case with an experienced federal OWCP lawyer. We offer free case evaluations, and our fee structures are designed to meet your needs. Our main office is in Dallas, and our attorneys serve federal employees nationwide. You will not be required to travel.