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Thursday, January 22, 2015


Aside from the existing Special Exposure Cohort benefit for all Lawrence Livermore National Lab workers from the 1950 to 1973 period, covering them for certain specified cancers and beryllium disease, I’ve authored and got a new petition officially qualified to potentially cover workers from 1974 through 1995. This news was published in the Federal Register this past week.

What it means is the beginning of a funded study which hopefully will result in a new cohort becoming law, perhaps by 2016, and potentially covering all or part of the 1974 to 1995 study period for all LLNL employees, Livermore and Tracy. This could have very positive impacts on certain prior denied claims, pending claims and of course new claims and allowing Frowiss to now represent you will assure your claim gets the best priority and treatment.   Albert B. Frowiss, Sr., is an independent EEOICPA claims advocate doing these specialized claims, with the experience of getting 2,000 families paid approximately $400 million to date.   As your personal advocate, Frowiss does worker and survivor claims for DOE sites nationally, with focus on the national labs with Special Exposure Cohorts.  Please visit his website and/or phone or email  Albert B. Frowiss, Sr., P.O. Box 909, Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067,  858.756.1494 phone and fax;  email: or website:
Frowiss is a long time friend of LLNL workers, having been an instrumentation solutions supplier beginning in the late 1950’s, founding his own instrumentation firm in 1967, retiring as a high tech entrepreneur in 1977 after merging, DORIC, his digital thermometry firm, with Emerson Electric. His dad was at Bikini-Eniwetok for Operation Redwing in the 1950’s and Frowiss did his first EEOICPA claim for his mother, the surviving spouse in 2007, having now done 2,000 more claims, helping workers and survivors. In the past year Frowiss has helped more than 100 Bay area families with their claims for LLNL, LBNL and Sandia.  Frowiss has a Better Business Bureau rating of A+ and has never had a client complaint.


Anonymous said...

I am one of Frowiss clients and it does work.

Anonymous said...

One problem with the DOE worker Beryllium Program is testing quasi-positive with no outward or measurable symptoms. Since there are no cures, having a quasi-positive test result, could trigger higher life insurance premiums for new plans, denied life insurance, or a health insurer may decide you have a pre-existing illness that could impact your medical plan options. To my knowledge, DOE has no provisions to address worker impact to these very real pre-symptomatic scenarios.


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