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What are the requirements to meet a claim for workers' compensation under the Federal Employees' Compensation Act (FECA)?

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Answered by Kelly Jones
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 The employee must provide medical and factual evidence to establish - 
●The claim was filed within the time limits set by the FECA. 
●The injured or deceased person was an employee within the meaning of the FECA. 
●The injury, accident or employment factor actually occurred, and a medical condition was 
diagnosed in connection with the injury or event. 
●The employee was in the performance of duty when the event(s) leading to the claim occurred. 
●The medical evidence establishes that the diagnosed condition is causally related to the injury 
or event. 
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