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Are you eligible to file a Federal Disability Retirement Application Or Appeal?

Many federal employees are eligible for FERS federal disability retirement if the onset of a disability prevents that federal employee from providing efficient federal service as to an essential function of their job.

There are further eligibility requirements, including at least 18 months of Federal civilian service under FERS, an expectation that your disability will last at least last one year, certain certifications from your Agency regarding its inability to accommodate you, your application for separation from federal service, and your application for Social Security Disability benefits, though you do not have to receive such benefits. In fact, many people are eligible for FERS federal disability retirement, but not for Social Security Disability.

Generally, such disability retirement provides valuable benefits for qualified federal employees. It generally provides for the payment of wages, including limited gap coverage until the federal employee reaches retirement age, at which point the employee retires under the federal system.

Secure Your Future with Expert FERS Disability Retirement Assistance

Our Commitment to Your Peace of Mind

Facing health challenges is tough; navigating the Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS) for disability retirement shouldn’t add to your stress. That’s where we step in.

Our extensive experience in FERS disability retirement applications means we stand with you so confidently that if your application is denied, we will advocate on your behalf through the first step of the appeals process at no additional cost to you.

A Promise of Advocacy Backed by Proven Success

We’ve empowered numerous federal employees like you to step into a future with security and dignity. Our clients’ victories are our victories, including those who, due to mental health challenges, feared they had no options left. We turned their worry into relief and gratitude.

Start with a No-Cost, No-Obligation Consultation

Your journey to a worry-free retirement begins with a simple phone call. Contact us, and we’ll guide you through completing an intake form focused on understanding how your medical condition impacts your position. This is the first step in crafting a robust application tailored to your unique situation.

We Fight for You – And We Stand Behind Our Applications

Our bold approach includes taking on the battle for you if your application is unjustly denied. With our litigation expertise, we challenge denials vigorously because we believe in your right to benefits without the burden of extra costs.

Already denied?

In many cases, we can also help appeal FERS federal disability retirement applications that have been denied. Initial federal disability retirement decisions are subject to review by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM). We can help with this review. If the decision by OPM is still not satisfactory, then certain matters may be appealed. For instance, in some instances, the individual may appeal to the Merit Systems Protection Board under procedures prescribed by the Board. In our experience, OPM even decides based on the appeal to grant benefits rather litigate against our federal employment attorneys. However, the basis of the Appeal can be quite complex. Our federal disability retirement attorneys would be happy to offer you a free consultation if you believe you have been wrongfully denied federal disability retirement.

Unlock Your Overview to FERS Disability Retirement – Download for Free!

Navigating the complexities of FERS Disability Retirement can be daunting, but you’re not alone. Our overview, crafted by experienced attorneys, provides you with the essential information to understand your rights and the steps you need to take. Download here.

Have Questions? Ready To Take the Next Step? Reach Out Today.

Please contact us at 888-899-7284​ if you would like help with your application or appeal. We offer free consultations.