There is a sense of finality to the declarative command — in whatever form of the word is applied. “Just do X and you’ll be fine”; or: “It’s just a few forms to fill out”.
As a simple adverb, it appears rather harmless — until, of course, those forms that “just” need to be completed turn out to be rejected by the U.S. Offie of Personnel Management, and then you are just left alone and abandoned.
“Just because I told you it was easy, doesn’t make it so.” What? Just Because…. The “just” insertion is the justification when justice is just not achieved, and just because someone just says so doesn’t make it just so.
OPM Federal Disability Retirement is not just a matter of answering a few questions and just gathering together some medical records; it is oh-so just so much more. And just because your Human Resources Office of your Agency or Postal Service says it just ain’t so, doesn’t make it just what they say it just is.
Just to make sure, you may want to contact a FERS Disability Attorney who just happens to specialize in Federal Disability Retirement Law, in order to received justice for your Federal Disability Retirement application.
Robert R. McGill
Lawyer exclusively representing Federal and Postal employees to secure their Federal Disability Retirement benefits under FERS from the U.S. Office of Personnel Management.