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Availing Benefits under EEOICPA by Injured Employees of DOE 

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When it comes to providing compensation to illnesses caused while at work, you should rest assured that several companies would offer you adequate compensation for the injuries suffered. There would be only a few companies that would be adamant or deny compensation to the employees for suffering injuries at the workplace. 

It would be pertinent to mention here that such employees would be required to file a compensation claim for the injuries suffered. They would be able to handle your specific needs and requirements through the assistance of a competent and experienced attorney. 

If you had suffered injuries while working under the Department of Energy, you would be entitled to EEOICPA covered illnesses. If you were unaware of the benefits offered by the EEOICPA, you should rest assured that benefits under Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act would ensure a lump sum amount given to the employees who had worked under the Department of Energy and suffered illness or medical condition during their job. 

It has been deemed of great importance that the employee should qualify for the illnesses covered under the EEOICPA. You should rest assured that a majority of illnesses covered under the EEOICPA would be inclusive of cancers and medical conditions occurred due to exposure to radiation. It would also be inclusive of Beryllium illness and chronic silicosis as well. These illnesses would also be defined as occupational illnesses. 

It would not be wrong to suggest that if you were diagnosed of cancer, illness or a medical condition caused due to exposure to radiation, heavy metal, or harmful chemicals during the time you spent working under the Department of Energy, you would be eligible for benefits under EEOICPA. It would be in your best interest to make the most of the benefits offered under the act. The compensation amount could be used for addressing the several medical and household needs of the sick employees and their families respectively.