Re: [owcp] Help & Guidance Requested Regarding Filing OWCP
- Yes, I have an attorney.----- Original Message -----From: FeliciaSent: Wednesday, September 14, 2005 3:43 PMSubject: Re: [owcp] Help & Guidance Requested Regarding Filing OWCPPlease tell me you have seen a lawyer about this. -- Felicia
> I was diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
> September of 2004 triggered by the abuse and hostile work
> site at
> EPA Seattle, WA. I did not file a OWCP claim and now I am
> unemployed forced out due to denial of reasonable
> accomodation to
> work away from my former abuser "Quid Pro Quo", Physically
> Threatening me, publicly humiliating me. Retaliation by
> EPA for
> filling a formal complaint removal of my job and denied
> accomodation to work away from my former abuser supervsior
> in a safe
> work site. I was forced to resign from EPA after 18 years
> service outstanding employee and 11 years EPA seattle.
> EPA sent me
> a letter stating they would place me on AWOL and fire me.
> I applied
> for unemployment and EPA denied me. I appealed and won
> unemployment. My unemployment runs out in the middle of
> Nov 05.
> I have 4 medical providers stating I was injured on the
> job but I
> did not know I should have filed OWCP within 30 days. Any
> suggestions are much appreciated. My case is with EEOC in
> and will most likely take another year.
> GOD BLESS YOU ALL
> Melody Johnson
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- In a message dated 9/15/2005 3:42:21 PM Eastern Standard Time, felicia@... writes:
My response about the lawyer was less for owcp and more
because having to quit your job because someone is
hassling you sounds like it is probably a legal matter.
Yes, you are right about that. Didn't mean to dismiss the idea!