20 CFR Part 10, Subpart H - Special Provisions
Third Party Liability
- § 10.705 — When must an employee or other FECA beneficiary take action against a third party?
- § 10.706 — How will a beneficiary know if OWCP or SOL has determined that action against a third party is required?
- § 10.707 — What must a FECA beneficiary who is required to take action against a third party do to satisfy the requirement that the claim be “prosecuted”?
- § 10.708 — Can a FECA beneficiary who refuses to comply with a request to assign a claim to the United States or to prosecute the claim in his or her own name be penalized?
- § 10.709 — What happens if a beneficiary directed by OWCP or SOL to take action against a third party does not believe that a claim can be successfully prosecuted at a reasonable cost?
- § 10.710 — Under what circumstances must a recovery of money or other property in connection with an injury or death for which benefits are payable under the FECA be reported to OWCP or SOL?
- § 10.711 — How is the amount of the recovery of the FECA beneficiary determined?
- § 10.712 — How much of any settlement or judgment must be paid to the United States?
- § 10.713 — How is a structured settlement (that is, a settlement providing for receipt of funds over a specified period of time) treated for purposes of reporting the gross recovery?
- § 10.714 — What amounts are included in the refundable disbursements?
- § 10.715 — Is a beneficiary required to pay interest on the amount of the refund due to the United States?
- § 10.716 — If the required refund is not paid within 30 days of the request for repayment, can it be collected from payments due under the FECA?
- § 10.717 — Is a settlement or judgment received as a result of allegations of medical malpractice in treating an injury covered by the FECA a gross recovery that must be reported to OWCP or SOL?
- § 10.718 — Are payments to a beneficiary as a result of an insurance policy which the beneficiary has purchased a gross recovery that must be reported to OWCP or SOL?
- § 10.719 — If a settlement or judgment is received for more than one wound or medical condition, can the refundable disbursements paid on a single FECA claim be attributed to different conditions for purposes of calculating the refund or credit owed to the United States?
- Federal Grand and Petit Jurors
- Peace Corps Volunteers
Non-Federal Law Enforcement Officers
- § 10.735 — When is a non-Federal law enforcement officer (LEO) covered under the FECA?
- § 10.736 — What are the time limits for filing a LEO claim?
- § 10.737 — How is a LEO claim filed, and who can file a LEO claim?
- § 10.738 — Under what circumstances are benefits payable in LEO claims?
- § 10.739 — What kind of objective evidence of a potential Federal crime must exist for coverage to be extended?
- § 10.740 — In what situations will OWCP automatically presume that a law enforcement officer is covered by the FECA?
- § 10.741 — How are benefits calculated in LEO claims?
Title 20 published on 2014-04-01
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