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McKinney Allen Plano Richardson Denton OWCP: You Won't Be Fired for Filing a Federal Work Injury

I had the opportunity to talk with 3 men who have had 30+ year careers with the United States Postal Service. We were talking about the fear that many federal employees have when thinking about reporting and filing an OWCP federal workers comp injury. They say that federal employees fear being fired if they report their injuries. Such a sad problem: like I always say, "Federal employees make this country go. When they break we have to fix them." Sadly, for reasons I can't understand, there is a feeling that management might threaten or fire someone if they report their workers comp injury to OWCP. Keep in mind, I don't have any first-hand knowledge of these threats; only the reports of multiple federal employees that I have spoken to. But here's the good news: These 3 men with 30+ year careers with the USPS all said the same thing - "I've never seen a single person get fired for filing a workers comp injury." That's pretty great proof. The key is following all the rules. DOL/OWCP has very clear guidelines on how a federal work injury should be handled. It starts with the CA-10, "What a Federal Employee Should Do When Injured at Work". The CA-10 lays out 5 very clear and specific mandates for any federal employee who was hurt at work. 1. Report your injury to your supervisor as soon as possible. 2. Obtain medical care from any doctor that you choose and get a CA-16 from your supervisor if needed. 3. File a written notice by filling out a CA-1 or CA-2 with your supervisor. 4. Get a receipt for your CA-1 / CA-2 from your supervisor. 5. Submit a claim for COP/leave, and/or compensation for wage loss. These 5 things are mandates for you and they are clearly mandates for your supervisors as well. THIS IS THE LAW. It does not say to report your injury even if it's not severe or to report your injury if you want to or to report your injury only if you think it won't upset your supervisor. And it does not say for the supervisor to authorize your care with a CA-16 only if he/she feels like it. And, it does not say that the supervisor only fills out his/her portion of the CA-1 / CA-2 as long as they believe it's actually work-related or only if they have time to do so. These 5 things must be done every time you experience any work-related injury or illness - EVERY TIME. So, follow the rules and don't fear that you will lose your job. Take the CA-10 with you to your supervisor so that you both can be on the same page from the very beginning. The law provides you excellent protection when you are hurt at work for a federal employer and you need to file an OWCP / DOL workers compensation injury claim. For assistance with a federal OWCP work injury claim in Denton, McKinney, Allen, Plano, Richardson, Lewisville, Frisco, Little Elm, Corinth, Lake Dallas, or anywhere else in Denton, Dallas, or Collin Counties, please contact Federal Injury Centers for personal attention and expert assistance.

OWCP Federal Workers Comp Doctor Boston, MA

Federal Injury Centers can help injured federal employees from the USPS, VA, TSA, and all other federal agencies, when you live or work near Boston. Specifically, we help injured federal workers with their OWCP work injury cases in Quincy and Worcester, MA (and Norwood coming soon). The Boston area has suffered a shortage of good, qualified, OWCP-trained doctors until now. The Quincy and Worcester OWCP work injury offices are ready to help you. With OWCP-trained medical doctors and chiropractors, we are ready to help you with any work injury you have experienced. So, give us a call today if you were hurt at work for the federal government in the Boston, Quincy, and Worcester, MA areas.


Allen, TX now has 3 convenient options for the treatment of OWCP federal workers comp injuries. Federal Injury Centers has OWCP / DOL workers comp offices in McKinney, Frisco, and Dallas, TX. The McKinney OWCP office is less than 10 minutes north on 75 at Virginia Parkway and the Frisco office is 10 minutes west of Allen, down 121 at Legacy drive. The Dallas OWCP office is in South-East Dallas on central expressway. Allen, TX federal employees from USPS, TSA, VA, FEMA, Homeland Security and other federal agencies get injured at a high rate working for their respective federal agencies. The #1 problem federal employees experience though after being hurt at work, is finding access to good, qualified, OWCP-trained doctors. Federal Injury Centers is working to solve that problem for injured federal employees in the McKinney, Allen, Frisco, Plano, Richardson, East Dallas areas. If you were injured working for any federal agency and you need expert assistance with your DOL / OWCP federal workers compensation claim, please give us a call. We want to help make your federal work injury experience a good one.

McKinney, Allen, Plano, TX OWCP / DOL Federal Workers Comp Injury Doctors

Thousands of federal employees work or live in McKinney, Allen, Dallas, and Plano, TX, but until recently haven’t had choices of good, qualified OWCP-trained doctors in their area. Most doctors who attempt to treat DOL/OWCP workers comp injuries are South and North of the DFW metroplex, making a trip to the doctor for a federal workers comp claim inconvenient (as if the work injury itself weren’t inconvenient enough).

Federal Injury Centers has opened highly-trained OWCP workers comp programs in areas where people in McKinney, Allen, Plano, and the rest of Collin County have more convenient options when they are inevitably hurt while working for a federal agency such as the postal service (USPS), VA, TSA, FEMA, Homeland Security, and the other federal agencies in and around the Collin County area.

Prior to the opening of these new, more-convenient DOL/OWCP work injury options, injured federal employees in McKinney, Allen, and Plano had to choose between driving a far distance or settling for a primary care doctor or urgent care center in Collin County. While most of these doctors are no doubt good doctors, they are not OWCP experts, and this causes a huge problem for injured federal employees who need to get their OWCP work injury claims accepted.

Not getting OWCP injury claims accepted means federal employees not gaining access to their valuable and earned federal workers compensation benefits. So, Federal Injury Centers has opened OWCP/DOL workers comp programs in McKinney (also serving Allen, Plano and the rest of Collin County), Frisco (serving the 121 Corridor and its surrounding areas), and South-East Dallas (conveniently located on Central Expressway). The addresses for offices located conveniently near you can be found here on our website.

Gaining access to qualified OWCP-trained doctors in and around Collin County should no longer be a problem for federal employees living and working in McKinney, Allen, and Plano, TX. Federal Injury Centers is here to help you get your OWCP workers compensation injury claim accepted so you can focus on getting better and back to making this country go. Our federal employees make this country go. When they break, we have to fix them. FIC has offices ready to help you in Collin County.

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Dallas, TX | 4228 N. Central Expressway

Frisco, TX | 5850 Town & Country Blvd.

McKinney, TX | 2709 Virgina Parkway

Quincy, MA | 25 School St., Unit B-2

Worcester, MA | 65 Milton St

Boston, MA | 520 Boston Providence Hwy