FEDERAL MEDICAL DISABILITY RETIREMENT
U.S. Department of Labor
FECA - Federal Employees Compensation Act
OWCP - Office of Workers Compensation Programs
FERS & CSRS - Office of Personnel Management
We welcome Federal employees who need assistance with their work injuries, medical retirement, forms or other medical matters.
For an appointment
or call (405) 917-5336.
Checklist for Federal Workers’ Compensation
Worker's Compensation (OWCP) Forms
MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS, REPORTS, FORMS & TREATMENT
COST IS USUALLY FREE!
Your examinations, medical reports and treatment are usually free plus your travel is usually reimbursed by the U.S. Department of Labor. We usually can get your exams, reports, tests, and treatments pre-approved. If you need a medical report to get your injury claim accepted there may be a down payment that many times can be reimbursed to you after your claim is accepted.
Performed in accordance with the strict and complicated Federal requirements and the American Medical Association’s, Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment, 6th Edition.
TIME OFF WORK - TEMPORARY TOTAL DISABILITY REPORT & FORMS
WORK RESTRICTIONS REPORTS & FORMS
CAUSATION REPORTS to get your injury claim accepted
FORMS COMPLETION so your treatment, checks and medications are not stopped.
An Apology for Doctors Not Understanding Federal Workers Compensation.
- As a Professor of Legal Medicine I teach doctors, lawyers and advocates all over the nation. Many physicians are reluctant to become involved in their patient’s injury claims especially, injured Federal Workers. Many doctors and lawyers have told me, “I did one Fed Work Comp and I will never do another!”
This reluctance is due to the lack of Legal Medicine training in medical schools and of office staffs not being trained in how to be reimbursed in Federal Workers’ Compensation.
AGAINST INJURED WORKERS
- In addition to the complexities of Federal Workers’ Compensation there is a subconscious bias against people who are injured and find themselves having to file an injury claim. However, numerous medical studies show that the majority of injured workers are very legitimate. Many are reluctant to complain because they do not want to be thought of as malingering or asking for more than they deserve. This bias and antagonism against injured workers causes changes in the brain and retards healing.
We at Ellis Clinic are trained to treat each injured employee with fairness, objectivity and compassion. We Want to help.
John W. Ellis, M.D.