Federal Government Employee Disability Retirement Help: The Lengthy Process

The wheels of justice churn slowly — a statement, with all of its variances, which we are quite familiar with.  Those who have participated in the judicial system — whether in criminal law, civil litigation or administrative law (which is what filing an OPM Federal Disability Retirement / Medical Retirement applications falls under) — have experienced the reality of the metaphor.

It is often a burdensome endeavor, and one which encompasses, entails and encapsulates a deliberative body of a bureaucratic morass.

Can it be more efficient?  Can the “wheels of justice” be made to proceed faster?  No matter what the venue or forum — unless, perhaps, a case is filed in some sleepy midwestern town with a population of less than 100 — the volume of cases filed often dictates the efficiency of any legal venue entered.

For Federal employees and U.S. Postal workers who are filing for Federal Disability Retirement benefits under FERS, with the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, expect that it will remain a lengthy process.  Within the confines of a lengthy process, however, to make the most of an inefficient system, contact a Federal Retirement Lawyer who specializes in OPM Disability Retirement Law, as an expert in the field will be able to make the most out of an otherwise inefficient system.

Sincerely,

Robert R. McGill, Lawyer

 

One Response

  1. I am a federal employee that requested retirement disability and I have been denied because OPM say that I don’t me the requirement according to the Boyer law and entitlement for disability retirement. I am retired military that is suffering with a number of injuries, medical condition, disease’s, disorders and most recently diagnosed with prostate cancer. My condition stem as far back as the early 80″s I need help I am very stressed out behind this denial of disability retirement. I can be contacted at this number 706-871-5930.

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