Atomic Workers, Top Energy Employee Claims Advocate Announces “EEOICPA Claims in Half the Time” Guide Now Available for Free Download

Atomic Workers, Top Energy Employee Claims Advocate Announces \

Littleton, CO – After lung cancer caused by exposure to ionizing radiation took his grandfather’s life, Al Frowiss Jr. found his calling helping former and current DOE employees who have been diagnosed with any type of cancer as a result of their work. Most claims are declined because of preventable mistakes – that is why it’s important to get professional assistance to navigate these types of claims. To keep workers or their spouses and family members informed on how to avoid the common pitfalls that can result in delays or even unnecessary denial of a claim, Atomic Workers has made their EEOICPA claims guide available for free download online.

As an authorized representative, Al Frowiss Jr. guides clients through each step of the process, working diligently to get all EEOICPA claims approved quickly. Over the past 12 years, the Atomic Workers has advocated for more than 4,500 successful energy employee claims. The Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act (EEOICPA) compensates current and former employees (or a surviving spouse or children) of the Department of Energy or contractors, who have suffered any type of cancer and certain diseases as a result of exposure to radiation, beryllium or toxic chemicals while employed at particular facilities. As of January 2019, this program has approved more than 118,000 claims, paying over $15 billion in compensation and medical benefits for energy employees.

Describing their process, Frowiss said, “The EEOICPA program is complex and it’s not easy to know which forms you need or how to fill them out. In fact, it’s all too easy to make a small mistake that may result in a denial or at least a delay in obtaining needed benefits. Download our free guide “EEOICPA Claims in Half the Time”. At Atomic Workers, we have dedicated experts who are intimately familiar with EEOICPA. Your case isn’t outsourced to a clerk or part-time worker. It’s handled in-house by individuals who not only know what they are doing but are also passionate about doing the job correctly.”

Atomic Workers is not a law firm with attorneys billing by the minute/hour, nor are they a Home Care company with conflicts of interest.  Atomic Workers offers advocacy services customized to meet the individual needs of each client while providing an incomparable level of personalized attention to their case. They make sure all energy employee claims are handled efficiently and in a timely manner, as they truly care for their clients’ well-being. There is zero cost upfront and no obligation if a claim is not approved. If a client earns monetary compensation, there’s a flat 2 percent fee that will be billed only after a settlement has been received. There are no hidden fees whatsoever.

Atomic Workers is located at 6732 W. Coal Mine Avenue, #415, Littleton, CO 80123. For inquiries, contact their team via phone at (720) 644-9161 or via email at advocate@atomicworkers.com. Visit their website for additional information regarding their services.

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