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Thursday, February 7, 2013

How Attorney Balser Provides Needed Help to Claimants

How Attorney Balser Provides Needed Help to Claimants
How representation by Attorney Gail Balser can help claimants under the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act of 2000 (EEOICPA) insure they receive the full compensation they are entitled to under the Act.
   SEC Petitions
Attorney Balser directly helps petitioners in gathering the materials, information, and documentation needed to file an SEC petition. She also helps petitioners in preparing and presenting comments to the Advisory Board. Attorney Balser will also help petitioners who may be having problems with a petition they have already filed to insure they are treated fairly and receive all the benefits to which they are entitled.

   Dose Reconstruction
In some cases when a claimant has problems with the dose reconstruction process, Attorney Balser will help the claimant engage an expert to support their claim. Claimants may also contact her for help in reviewing their case, if previously denied. Attorney Balser will review the entire case including the Department of Labor initial case file, the NIOSH dose reconstruction report, and the medical records.

   Outreach Meetings
Attorney Balser is also available to attend  outreach meetings and conduct workshops for claimants, advocates, consultants, and the public in order to promote a better understanding of the Act - the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act of 2000 (EEOICPA) and the claims process.

You may contact Attorney Balser for assistance to insure you receive the full compensation you entitled to under the Act by calling (508) 699-2500 Ext 11 or make an appointment by using this link.

1 comment:

  1. The way I see the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program (EEOICPA) is this. After several years of paperwork, phone calls and the entire process of submitting paper work, tracking down legal docs. etc etc etc, is a smokescreen to get you involved only to present you with a "dose reconstruction" as the foremost and final document denying your case. For me my father was killed from his 8 yearws at TI. (EEOICPA) is a huge employer and it is doing a wonderful job at keeping its employees employed. Tens of thousands of federal employees keep pushing the paper. Those jobs are adding more employees daily. It's a Federal job machine, period.
    p.s. Watch out for the "dose reconstruction gods, They Are the ones that make sure the govt. is not giving too much money away. You know how the Fed hates to give money to the masses.After that document and 2 years of back and forth it's over,with no recourse. Oh well, What did I expect from a red tape run around federal program anyway. They can't pay everybody who was injured, especially if the TI employee is already dead. That's An easy denial. Good luck.