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Don't Search ACS for OWCP Work Injury Doctors

Contact Federal Injury Centers in Denton, Frisco, McKinney, and Dallas, TX instead of attempting to search ACS for an OWCP doctor.

Time after time, we hear injured federal employees complain that they were told to search ACS to find an OWCP doctor near them after they were hurt on the job.  ACS FRUSTRATES EVERYONE.  It's frustrating for a couple of reasons.

1. Searching Google for "ACS" brings up at least a dozen search results that have nothing to do with federal workers comp.  I just did that and here's what I found on the first 2 pages of Google.

  • A financial lender (not OWCP)
  • American Chemical Society (not OWCP)
  • The Census (not OWCP)
  • American Cancer Society (not OWCP)
  • American College of Surgeons (not OWCP)
  • Hearing Protection Devices (not OWCP)
  • An Athletic Website (not OWCP)
  • An Education Site (not OWCP)
  • American Constitution Society (not OWCP)
  • An IT Company (not OWCP)
  • Hubble Telescope (not OWCP)
  • The FAA (not OWCP)

Searching ACS resulted in exactly ZERO search results from a site listing DOL doctors.

2. If you're able to successfully search for ACS, you have to select from 3 programs, of which nearly nobody knows which to select.  If they get past this section, they have to select a series of boxes, some of which require the user to have some healthcare knowledge.  And IF they get past all of this, the list of doctors is usually very long, and when you call those doctors, MOST OF THEM DON'T ACCEPT OWCP.

Federal Employees constantly complain that searching ACS results in multiple doctors saying they don't accept OWCP.

We're trying to make it easier for injured federal employees to find good, trained, willing, qualified OWCP injury doctors.  We travel all over the country educating federal employees on their rights and responsibilities in the event they are injured on the job.  The trouble we find in many areas is when people in leadership positions know about these willing and qualified OWCP doctors in their areas, but they STILL TELL PEOPLE TO SEARCH ACS. 

ACS is frustrating.

So, if you're reading this and you were told to go to ACS instead of being told about the good, qualified, trained, and willing doctors in your area, hopefully your search resulted in you finding this website.  We want to help all federal employees when they get injured at work.  The first way we can help you is to make your search for willing OWCP doctors in Denton, Frisco, McKinney, and Dallas, TX a little easier.

Please - don't get frustrated with the ACS website when you need a DOL/OWCP doctor.  Call us here.  We can help you.

Don't Suffer With Denied OWCP Work Injury Claims in Denton, TX

The worst problem that injured federal employees face after they are hurt at work, is finding a caring doctor who is willing to accept OWCP, and who knows how to get an OWCP injury claim accepted.  Only 3% of Federal employees nationwide are able to get their injury claims accepted.  That is terrible and unacceptable! 

Federal Injury Centers in Denton, TX (located inside of Denton Chiropractic Center, next to UNT) has an excellent OWCP injury claim approval rate.  So far, we have gotten 100% of our injury claims accepted.  100%.  I always say, "Denied injury claims are for other doctors.  We don't do that."

Denied injury claims are for other doctors.  We don't do that.

So, with that said, it saddens me when injured federal workers in Denton, TX choose to go to another doctor.  We pride ourselves on getting injury claims accepted.  Who else can say they have a 100% OWCP case acceptance rate?  Nobody that we know, and we train doctors nationwide to do this.

Of course, nobody can guarantee that every injury case in the future will get accepted and I'm definitely not saying that here.  However, like in baseball, when you need a big play, you want your batter to have a high batting average.  Right now, we're batting a thousand.

If you are an injured federal employee, looking for an OWCP doctor in Denton, TX, call Federal Injury Centers today.  Don't risk your case being denied if another doctor doesn't take the time and effort that is required to do the job right.  Let us help you.  Let us work to get your OWCP injury claim approved and help you get better and back to work full duty as soon as possible.

Statistical Data of Texas USPS Employees

According to the website Governing.com, Texas employees 1.5 postal workers per 1000 residents. 26 other states have a higher number ranging from 2.0 - 2.6 postal workers per 1000 residents, and only a small handful of states have the same or fewer than Texas, but for this article, we're just going to focus on Texas and the 26 states higher than 2.0. Fact: Texas has 268,597 square miles. The other 26 states (including Alaska) average just 71,113 square miles. This means that Texas postal employees have to cover 3.77 more square miles than those other states that have more postal employees per 1000. Fact: Texas has 0.15 postal employees per square mile. The other 26 states have an average of 0.54. This means that Texas has 3.6 times fewer postal employees per square mile than the other 26 states. Fact: Texas postal employees cover 3.7 times more square miles with 3.6 times fewer employees than the other 26 states. So, in case you haven't heard this before, Texas is kind of big. You can drive 18 hours and still be in Texas. Postal employees in Texas have to cover a lot of ground to do their jobs. One lady who is a letter carrier in Richardson, TX told me that she walked 23 miles in a single day. That's 3 miles short of a marathon. And as if covering that kind of ground isn't enough, these folks are lifting and carrying around bags and packages weighing up to 70 pounds (or more) all day long. But in the Summer time, it's miserable. The average temperature in a Texas summer is between 90 and 100+ degrees every day. So, add heat exhaustion to heavy lifting and long distance walking of over 3 times more square miles than the other 26 states. Another point: the employee per square mile data almost certainly takes into account the fact that there is so much open and relatively unpopulated land in Texas. A person can drive hundreds of miles and never see anything but cattle and open fields. Since most cows don't get a lot of mail, there's not much reason to have postal employees in those areas. So, let's take Denton and Collin counties. These counties have a combined 1839 square miles. In this area, based on published data, there should be about 2500 postal employees, which comes to about 1.3 postal employees per square mile. Now that's more like it. The Mail Carriers in Denton and Collin Counties are mostly rural route carriers. Rural carriers have a very hard job, just like city carriers and there are plenty of those letter carriers in Denton and Collin Counties as well. But let's not leave out the other groups: Mail Handlers - hard job. Clerks - hard job. These Denton county and Collin county postal employees are busting it every day to make sure the rest of us get our mail. And they're getting hurt at alarming rates. In 2016, the US Postal Service had an injury and illness rate of just over 7%, which really couldn't be farther from the truth. Why? Because that data doesn't include DENIED CASES. Postal employees are being hurt at work and going to doctors who don't have the slightest clue or desire to do the work that it takes to get an OWCP injury claim accepted. So the cases are getting denied at a staggering pace, causing postal employees to lose time and money along the way. Based on that 7% number, 178 Denton and Collin county postal employees would have been injured and had their OWCP injury claims accepted in 2016, but based on my experience and all of my interactions with federal employees, especially postal employees, nationwide, that number is much much much higher. Most rooms that I'm in have more than half the room telling me that they've been hurt at work. In some places, it's at least 80% of the room. NOT 7%. So, that would mean that 1200 or more postal employees would have been injured and either decided not to go through OWCP because it was too difficult, or they went to a doctor who got their OWCP injury claim denied. WE HAVE TO TAKE BETTER CARE OF OUR INJURED FEDERAL EMPLOYEES. United States Postal Service employees in Denton County and Collin County have 3 places they can go to get excellent, expert care for their OWCP federal workers compensation injuries. DOL / OWCP injury doctors with Federal Injury Centers in Denton and Collin Counties are located in Denton, Frisco, and McKinney, TX. Our OWCP injury doctors specialize in getting OWCP injury claims approved by the Department of Labor. We will also help federal employees who have gone to other doctors previously and got their DOL/OWCP injury claims denied. We can help you with your denied OWCP work injury claims. Postal employees in Texas are covering 3 times more ground with 3 times fewer people for the area. They carry heavy loads and walk long distances in sometimes terribly hot temperatures. Their heavy jobs are causing them to be injured at very high rates, but their OWCP injury claims are being denied at equally high rates. Federal Injury Centers is trying to fix that particular problem in Denton and Collin counties. If you live or work in Denton, Sanger, Krum, Corinth, Lake Dallas, Lewisville, Little Elm, Flower Mound, Frisco, The Colony, McKinney, Princeton, Allen, Plano, or any of the other surrounding towns in Denton and Collin Counties, please give us a call. We want to help you get the care you deserve. Don't get your OWCP injury claim denied by going to untrained or uncaring or unwilling doctors. Call us instead. Get help. Get better. Get all of your OWCP work injury benefits in the process.

If You Want Your OWCP Injury Claim Accepted in Denton, Frisco, McKinney, Dallas, TX, CLICK HERE

Federal Injury Centers in Denton, Frisco, McKinney, and Dallas, TX SPECIALIZES IN GETTING OWCP INJURY CLAIMS ACCEPTED. We know exactly what DOL needs in order to make a decision of approval for your claims. When DOL denies OWCP claims because of the work of other untrained doctors, we know how to respond to the denial letter so that the OWCP claim will be ultimately approved. Untrained doctors simply aren't able to do the sort of detailed work required. DENIED OWCP injury claims lead to the following LOST BENEFITS. 1. Having to pay money out of pocket for medical care. 2. Lost time from having to use sick and vacation time. 3. Not being able to be reimbursed for travel expenses. 4. Not being eligible for a schedule award impairment rating. Once your OWCP injury claim is APPROVED by DOL: 1. You can be paid back for any money you paid for treatment of your work injury. 2. You can get all of the sick and vacation time back that you used after you were injured. 3. You can go back and be reimbursed for mileage related to your work injury. 4. You can be eligible for a schedule award which is money in your pocket. 5. You can be paid to go to therapy or get other medical care just like you would at work. Many doctors don't want to help federal employees with OWCP. Many doctors value money more than patients. Many doctors think that OWCP is too much trouble. Many doctors cut corners and get injury claims denied. FEDERAL INJURY CENTERS WILL GET YOUR OWCP INJURY CLAIM APPROVED. Federal employees make this country go. When they break we have to fix them. That starts with getting the injury claim accepted. You want yours accepted so you don't lose your benefits. So, Please call us today and let us help you. Texas offices are located in Denton, Frisco, McKinney, and Dallas.

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Dallas, TX | 4228 N. Central Expressway

Frisco, TX | 5850 Town & Country Blvd.

McKinney, TX | 2709 Virgina Parkway

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Worcester, MA | 65 Milton St

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