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Title 29Subtitle APart 15


TITLE 29—Labor

Subtitle A—OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF LABOR

PART 15—ADMINISTRATIVE CLAIMS UNDER THE FEDERAL TORT CLAIMS ACT AND RELATED CLAIMS STATUTES

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Subpart A—INTRODUCTION

§15.1
What is the scope and purpose of this part?
§15.2
What definitions apply to this part?
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Subpart B—CLAIMS AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT UNDER THE FEDERAL TORT CLAIMS ACT

§15.100
What claims against the Department are covered by the FTCA?
§15.101
Who may file an administrative claim under the FTCA against the Department?
§15.102
May an insurance company file an FTCA administrative claim on behalf of a claimant?
§15.103
May an agent or legal representative file an FTCA administrative claim on behalf of a claimant?
§15.104
Where should the FTCA administrative claim be filed?
§15.105
What information and evidence should be provided to DOL to substantiate an FTCA administrative claim?
§15.106
How is the administrative claim processed?
§15.107
What must be provided in the administrative report?
§15.108
Who is authorized to decide an administrative claim?
§15.109
What if the claim is denied?
§15.110
What must a claimant do if the administrative claim is approved?
§15.111
If the administrative claim is approved, how is the award paid?
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Subpart C—CLAIMS UNDER THE MILITARY PERSONNEL AND CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES' CLAIMS ACT OF 1964

§15.200
What is a claim under the MPCECA and who may file such a claim?
§15.201
Where should the MPCECA claim be filed?
§15.202
How is a claim filed under the MPCECA?
§15.203
When should a claim under the MPCECA be filed?
§15.204
Are there limits on claims under the MPCECA?
§15.205
What types of claims for property damage are allowed under the MPCECA?
§15.206
What claims arising at a residence or Telework location may be covered under the MPCECA?
§15.207
What are examples of claims allowed under the MPCECA?
§15.208
What are the restrictions on otherwise allowable claims?
§15.209
What claims are not allowed?
§15.210
What affect does insurance have on a claim under the MPCECA?
§15.211
How is a claim under this subpart processed?
§15.212
How is the amount of the award under this subpart calculated?
§15.213
Are there limits to representatives' fees for claims under this subpart?
§15.214
How may a decision under this subpart be reconsidered?
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Subpart D—CLAIMS ARISING OUT OF THE OPERATION OF THE JOB CORPS

§15.300
How are claims involving the Job Corps initiated?
§15.301
What office is responsible for determining liability in claims arising out of the Job Corps?
§15.302
What procedures apply to these claims?
§15.303
How does a Job Corps student file a claim for loss of or damages to personal property under the WIA?
§15.304
Are there limits to claims for loss of or damages to personal property under the WIA?


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