Early Retirement for Disabled FERS & CSRS Workers: Federal and Postal Employees

With the benefit available to Federal and Postal employees, of a Federal Disability Retirement under either FERS or CSRS, there is often a perception on the part of the non-Federal Sector public, that Federal and Postal employees have benefits which are extravagant.  In these times of economic turmoil, with the Federal deficit exploding exponentially, one might wonder about a benefit which pays an annuity for not being able to work at a specific type of job, yet encourages people to become productive members of society in some other job. 

Yet, in this snowstorm which has just hit the East coast, I see the Postal delivery vehicles making their way through the residential neighborhoods, and Federal Workers going into work.  Federal and Postal workers are the most dedicated workers I have come across.  To a person, each Federal and Postal employee I have represented to obtain Federal Disability Retirement benefits under FERS or CSRS, never wanted to file for or become eligible for the benefit.  They would rather have worked in their career and choice of Federal or Postal job.  But because they suffered from a medical condition such that they could no longer perform one or more of the essential elements of the job, they had to file.  It is a benefit well worth the cost.


Robert R. McGill, Esquire

1 thought on “Early Retirement for Disabled FERS & CSRS Workers: Federal and Postal Employees

  1. Robert S. Parker Jr.

    I would like to speak with an individual in-regards to disability retirement, because my back has taken me off from work more in the past two years, than I have been in 22yrs with the postal service. I have been told that I need back surgery, because the neurosurgeon stated that my back is like a 70yr old man. My name is Robert S. Parker Jr. and my cell number is XXX-XXX-XXXX and my home number is XXX-XXX-XXXX.

    Peace and Blessings
    Robert S. Parker Jr.

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