The following types of federal workers’ compensation cases are all very important to a claimant and
involve written notices or decisions from OWCP:
Notice of proposed termination of compensation benefits;(Click here for a discussion of termination of compensation cases)
Denial of an initial or recurrence compensation claim;(Click here for a discussion of denial cases)
Notice of termination of compensation benefits;(Click here for a discussion of termination of compensation benefits)
Job offer from the employer, job suitability letter from OWCP, and notice of disqualification from compensation;(Click here for a discussion for important changes in return to work issues)
Vocational rehabilitation, notice of proposed reduction of compensation, and notice of reduction.(Click here for a discussion for important changes in return to work issues)
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Federal employees who sustain a traumatic injury are entitled to compensation for the injury as well as the continuation of said employee’s regular pay for the duration of their disability for up to 45 calendar days. Continuation of Pay, or COP, is a federal workers’ compensation domain handled by OWCP, or Office of Workers’ Compensation. […]