EEOICPA

More than 600,000 former atomic workers across the United States may qualify for up to $400,000 in financial compensation, plus no cost medical benefits for life through the Department of Labor’s EEOICPA.

Have you been diagnosed with a chronic illness or cancer that could be related to workplace exposure at a DOE facility?
Do you experience shortness of breath or other symptoms of an undiagnosed condition?
If yes, you may qualify for benefits! We can help guide you through the process of applying for and receiving your benefits.
Talk to a Benefits Specialist

Founded in 2000, the Energy Employment Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act (EEOICPA) was founded to provide former atomic and uranium workers with compensation and no-cost medical benefits.

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A DOL White Medical Benefits Card can cover costs associated with your approved illness including:

Doctors’ Visits

Medications

Travel for medical treatments

Special Equipment

Durable Medical Equipment

And much more!

LEARN HOW TO MAXIMIZE YOUR BENEFITS

You have two options for filing:

1.  Self-filing (there are DOL resource centers to help if you choose this method).

2. Filing through an authorized representative.

A Nuclear Care Partners Benefits Specialist can help you decide what option is right for you.

Common Jobs That Qualify

View the full list of common job titles that qualify for benefits.

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Common Illnesses that Qualify

View the full list of common job illnesses that qualify for benefits.

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Hear from our Patients

Nuclear Care Partners is great to work with. They’re very knowledgeable about the DOL filing process and the different illnesses that can be caused by exposure at the site. They know the EEOICPA inside and out so when someone needs help they can be a resource. I really appreciate them.
Ross, Former Idaho National Laboratory Employee

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