Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act (EEOICPA)

The EEOICPA was enacted by congress in the year 2000. The law was passed because workers were put into harm’s way without their knowledge, consent or proper protective gear. To date, over $11 billion dollars… MORE

How to File a Claim

We believe it is important to use your regional Resource Center to assist you in filing your claim. ARC staff will be happy to contact the appropriate Resource Center for you so that they can call you to schedule a phone appointment… MORE

Part B

Part B of EEOICPA provides compensation for workers, or their survivors, with radiation induced cancers, beryllium disease or silicosis… MORE

Part E

Part E compensates workers for all occupationally induced illnesses caused by any toxic substance… MORE

Survivor Benefits

Benefits for survivors differ greatly between Part B and Part E, however, survivor claims should still be filed through your regional Resource Center… MORE