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9.Dec, 2014 0

Hugh Stephens, Esq. outlines the EEOICPA claims filing process (cont’d) (video 11)

In the final video of our series dedicated to keeping the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act (EEOICPA) understandable and accessible, Hugh continues his explanaion of the claims filing process by discussing some of the proofs and forms required to submit a claim. He also describes how the process…

3.Dec, 2014 0

EEOICPA videos: Claims process explained by Hugh Stephens, Esq. (video 10)

The tenth video of our EEOICPA series, in which Hugh gives an explanation of the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act claims filing process and discusses some of the standard forms involved, can be seen below:

29.Nov, 2014 0

EEOICPA videos: Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act in a Nutshell (video 9)

In video number nine of our Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act (EEOICPA) series, Hugh thoroughly recounts the history of the Act. He then explains how certain atomic weapons workers who are suffering from various illnesses such as Silicosis, Chronic Beryllium Disease (CBD), and various cancers may be compensated…

26.Nov, 2014 0

EEOICPA videos: Survivor benefits under the EEOICPA (video 8)

In the eighth video of our EEOICPA series below, Hugh discusses the meaning of Survivor Benefits (and claims) under the Act, and explains the distinction between survivor benefits under Part B and Part E of the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act.

24.Nov, 2014 0

EEOICPA videos: Hugh Stephens, Esq. clarifies Part E of the EEOICPA (video 7)

Below, in the seventh video of our EEOICPA series, Hugh sets out to clarify Part E of the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act. He also discusses the benefits, including medical and lost wage benefits, that an atomic weapons worker might be entitled to by having been exposed to…

19.Nov, 2014 0

EEOICPA videos: Hugh Stephens, Esq. continues his description the Dose Reconstruction process of the EEOICPA (video 6)

Video #6 of our ongoing efforts to keep the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act (EEOICPA) both accessible and understandable sees Hugh continue his clarification of the Dose Reconstruction process. Here he pays particular attention to the dosimeter badges that atomic weapons workers wore while employed at nuclear bomb…

9.Nov, 2014 0

EEOICPA videos: Hugh Stephens, Esq. describes the Dose Reconstruction process of the EEOICPA (video 5)

Below, in the fifth of our series of videos explaining the sometimes tricky minutae of the EEOICPA claims process, Hugh outlines the Dose Reconstruction process used by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) to determine the Probability of Causation (POC) in EEOICPA claims, or whether an atomic…

5.Nov, 2014 0

EEOICPA videos: Hugh Stephens, Esq. discusses the 22 cancers associated with the EEOICPA (video 4)

Here, in the fourth video of our series dedicated to making the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Act (EEOICPA) more accessible, Hugh talks about the 22 specific cancers that may have been caused by a worker’s exposure to radiation and toxic substances during the atomic bomb making process and so…

3.Nov, 2014 0

EEOICPA videos: Hugh Stephens, Esq. explains the SEC process of the EEOICPA (video 3)

Below you will find the third in our series of videos geared toward making the EEOICPA more understandable. In this video, Hugh describes the reasons why the Special Exposure Cohort (SEC) process exists within the framework of the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act (EEOICPA), as well as how…

30.Oct, 2014 0

EEOICPA videos: Description of Part B of the EEOICPA by Hugh Stephens, Esq. (video 2)

Below you will find the second in our series of videos geared toward making the EEOICPA more understandable. In this vdeo, Hugh explains Part B of the EEOICPA and how it applies to both Department of Energy (DOE) facilities and Atomic Weapons Employer (AWE) facilities, and how the main issue…