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What types of medical services does EEOICPA Part B cover?

2019-02-05T10:38:05-07:00

Part B of the EEOICPA was enacted to provide compensation to workers with beryllium disease, silicosis, or radiation induced cancer. Employees, or their survivors, whose claims are approved may receive a lump-sum payment of $150,000 and medical benefits for the covered illness. For more on what types of diseases and illnesses are covered under the [...]

What types of medical services does EEOICPA Part B cover?2019-02-05T10:38:05-07:00

What happens after an EEOICPA Recommended Decision?

2020-02-20T11:26:56-07:00

When you receive your EEOICPA Recommended Decision regarding your EEOICPA claim in the mail, it’s important that you read the recommendation letter and accompanying materials thoroughly.  The recommended decision may cover either all or some of your claimed conditions, and different parts of the decision may require different actions on your part.  After the [...]

What happens after an EEOICPA Recommended Decision?2020-02-20T11:26:56-07:00

How is my EEOICPA claim processed?

2019-01-22T15:11:45-07:00

After you file your EEOICPA claim with your Haven Home Health Care expert, the government’s Division of Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation (DEEOIC) will assemble a case file containing the application and evidence that shows your eligibility for compensation and benefits. The DEEOIC claims examiners will work with you and with Haven Home Health Care [...]

How is my EEOICPA claim processed?2019-01-22T15:11:45-07:00

How do I start an EEOICPA claim?

2020-02-20T11:25:31-07:00

Haven Home Health expert-trained EEOICPA knowledgeable staff members can assist you in starting a claim through the EEOICPA program.  Contact a knowledgeable and highly-trained staff member.

How do I start an EEOICPA claim?2020-02-20T11:25:31-07:00

Who is eligible to receive benefits under the EEOICPA?

2019-02-05T10:34:04-07:00

Anyone who worked at a Department of Energy nuclear facility and contracted certain illnesses because they were exposed to radiation or hazardous chemicals could be eligible to receive benefits from this program. Surviving family members may also be eligible for lump-sum compensation. There are two parts to the program that outline specific details of the [...]

Who is eligible to receive benefits under the EEOICPA?2019-02-05T10:34:04-07:00

What is EEOICPA?

2019-01-22T15:09:56-07:00

The Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act (EEOICPA) was enacted by Congress in 2001 to compensate workers who contracted certain illnesses from working in nuclear weapons production primarily during the Cold War era. The EEOICPA provides lump sum payments and medical benefits to sick energy workers and/or their survivors.

What is EEOICPA?2019-01-22T15:09:56-07:00
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