Division of Coal Mine Workers' Compensation (DCMWC)

The Division of Coal Mine Workers' Compensation (DCMWC) mission is to adjudicate and process claims filed by U.S. coal miners and their survivors under the Black Lung Benefits Act. They currently have 17 offices nationwide comprised of a national office, nine district offices and seven field stations. DCMWC is a customer-service-oriented, high performance workplace. DCMWC's principal customers are the coal miners or their surviving dependents who have filed for benefits under the Black Lung Benefits Act. They also include attorneys, coal mine operators and their insurance carriers involved in the claims adjudication and payment process along with the medical service providers and congressional offices and other government agencies such as the Social Security Administration.

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