Atlanta OWCP Doctors

Find Federal Work Comp Experts & Experienced OWCP Doctors In the Atlanta Area

Learn more about the DOL-OWCP Federal Workers Compensation Program, get complimentary case management & guidance for your OWCP claim, and receive comprehensive medical care and rehabilitation for your federal work injury.

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Proudly Serving Injured Federal Workers in Atlanta & the Surrounding Area

Experienced DOL Doctors In Atlanta, GA

Learn more about the OWCP Federal Workers Comp Program, get free guidance for your OWCP claim, and receive comprehensive medical care and rehabilitation for your federal work injury.

  • DOL Certified Doctors – Find a doctor with a Dept. of Labor provider number and experience in treating federal work comp injuries

  • No Out-of-Pocket Expenses – Certified DOL doctors bill all of their services to the US Dept. of Labor.

  • Free Claims Assistance – Most DOL doctors provide complimentary claims assistance to help you file your claim properly and get the medical care and compensation benefits you deserve.


Find an OWCP doctor that offers a complimentary consultation to review your injury claim and set you up for an evaluation & diagnostics for your injury…


If you file incorrectly you could lose your benefits. We can help! Our DOL-OWCP experts offer guidance & assistance for claims and FECA compensation benefits…


DOL-OWCP doctors work to serve your needs (not the government)! Get comprehensive medical care for your injury that is specific to your injury care needs…


Federal Employees’ Compensation Act (FECA)

The Federal Employees’ Compensation Act (FECA) affords injured federal employees a number of rights, including:

  • Medical benefits: FECA covers the cost of all reasonable and necessary medical care for work-related injuries or illnesses. This includes doctor’s visits, hospital stays, prescription drugs, and other medical expenses.
  • Compensation: If an injured employee is unable to work due to their injury, they may be entitled to compensation benefits. These benefits are paid weekly and are based on the employee’s average earnings.
  • Vocational rehabilitation: FECA provides vocational rehabilitation services to help injured employees return to work. These services may include job training, counseling, and placement assistance.
  • Death benefits: If an injured employee dies as a result of their work-related injury, their survivors may be entitled to death benefits. These benefits are paid to the employee’s spouse, children, and dependent parents.

In addition to these rights, FECA also provides injured federal employees with a number of protections. For example, employees cannot be fired or demoted for filing a FECA claim. They are also entitled to a fair hearing if their claim is denied.

If you are a federal employee who has been injured on the job, you should contact the Office of Workers’ Compensation Programs (OWCP) to file a claim. You can find more information about FECA and your rights on the OWCP website.

Here are some additional rights that FECA affords injured federal employees:

  • The right to be represented by an attorney at all stages of the claims process.
  • The right to a hearing before an administrative law judge if their claim is denied.
  • The right to appeal a decision of the administrative law judge to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
  • FECA is a complex law, and it is important to speak with an attorney if you have any questions about your rights.


Stephen B. Cooper, D.C., F.A.C.M.U.A.P.
Stephen B. Cooper, D.C., F.A.C.M.U.A.P.Executive Director
Dr. Cooper’s mission at The Spine & Joint Centers is to focus his abilities, energies, talents & gifts in a specialized yet personable way resolving the health care needs of his patients, as well as restoring health & creating a lifestyle of wellness through education & compassion.
Sean Lauraitis, D.C.
Sean Lauraitis, D.C.Chiropractor
Dr. Lauraitis’ father was a Chiropractor for over 35 years and was an incredible influence on his decision to follow in his father’s footsteps and become a chiropractor. When asked why he chose chiropractic, he responded that he witnessed how chiropractic affected the lives and health…