> Federal Employees' Work-Related Injury or Disease Compensation
The Federal Employees' Compensation (FEC) program assists Federal employees who have sustained work-related injuries or disease by providing both appropriate financial benefits and help in returning to work. Benefits provided to injured Federal employees under the Federal Employees' Compensation Act (FECA) include payment for all reasonable and necessary medical treatment for work-related injury or disease. Physical and vocational rehabilitation benefits are also provided.
General Program Requirements:
In order to qualify for this benefit program, you must be (a) a federal employee suffering from a work-related injury or disease, or (b) you must be a widow(er) whose spouse was a federal employee who died due to a work-related injury or disease, or (c) your parents must be deceased or your spouse deceased (due to a work-related injury or disease) and one or more worked at the Department of Energy (or its predecessor agencies, vendors, contractors or subcontractors).
For more information, see the Program Contact Information below.
Program Contact Information:
You may also visit the following website to view more information on the Federal Employees' Work-Related Injury or Disease Compensation Program:
For more information on this program and how to apply for benefits, contact the current or former Federal supervisor of the affected employee.
U.S. Department of Labor