Get your EEOICPA settlement faster and with less Hassle
“I was half way through the process myself and just kept getting stuck...Al got involved and we got through it in no time” M.B.
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AtomicWorkers® has worked to help over 4,500 EEOICPA claims get resolved faster and with less hassle.
Want to know why? We’re passionate about helping nuclear workers and their spouses and family members claim the medical and monetary benefits they deserve. It’s more than just a business for AtomicWorkers owner Al Frowiss Jr. – watch the video to learn more about why he decided to help people with this program.
There are several steps to filing a successful EEOICPA claim
Get your settlement as quickly and painlessly as possible
Most causes for delay and incorrect denials could be headed off with a better start
Fill Out Paperwork and Submit to the EEOICPA Program
Some claims have up to a dozen back and forth steps with your claims examiner. What to expect along the way and how to tell if you're getting off track
What to Do If Your Claim Is Denied
A high percentage of our clients come to us after they've been denied. While some are final, many could have been avoided, speeding up your claim dramatically.
What to Do After Approval
Congratulations. Now that you are approved, what comes next? For many claimants approved for medical benefits, things are going to become more complicated.
No matter what step in the process you may currently be in, I can help you. If you’ve recently gotten a letter from the DOL or DOE that almost makes you want to give up on the whole process, I’d love to talk to you. I can give you the answers you’re looking for.
Who It’s For
Former and current workers at designated DOE work sites who have been diagnosed with cancer or other chronic illnesses attributable to radiation or toxic chemical exposure
Surviving Spouse(s) of former workers in which the worker was diagnosed with cancer or other chronic illnesses attributable to radiation or toxic chemical exposure
Surviving Children of former workers (in cases where the Worker or Spouse have not filed prior successful claims) in which the worker was diagnosed with cancer or other chronic illnesses attributable to radiation or toxic chemical exposure
I would receive 8 page legal dissertations that I had to read 3 times to make sense of them, and I'm a modestly intelligent and educated person.