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    Default Injury to an Employee as a Pedestrian Hit by Another Employee in a Work Vehicle

    An employee of the V.A. was walking a patient to a car when another employee, driving a government vehicle, hit her. She made a worker's compensation claim. The FECA doctors agree that she has limitations on her activities of daily life, but contend that she has a largely sedentary job and can work without restriction. The employee is having great difficulty performing her job duties due to pain. What should she do?

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    Default Re: Injury to an Employee as a Pedestrian Hit by Another Employee in a Work Vehicle

    She should consult a lawyer who handles Federal Employees’ Compensation Act (FECA) claims, for assistance with such issues as disputing the doctors' assessment of her ability to work without restriction or accommodation. The lawyer should provide a free consultation.

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