Advantages of Federal Disability Retirement Compensation
The words ‘federal disability retirement’ sound like a death knell for a lot of federal workers who worry that they won’t be able to get by should they leave their comfortable federal jobs where they’ve probably given decades of service to the government and the American people. We live in uncertain economic terms, but a serious injury may mean that you will have to wake up to the reality of the fact that you won’t be able to perform in a capacity that you have been over the last couple years.
Have a federal disability claim or question? Please call us today on 1-855-233-3002 for your free consultation so we can help you secure your benefits in as little time as possible. Our first consultation is free, and you don’t have to initially commit to an attorney-client relationship with us.
Federal Disability Retirement – Dream or Reality?
Federal disability retirement is something a lot of people don’t think about because they simply don’t believe it will happen to them. At the same time, many downplay their injuries, thinking that it’s only a matter of time before they’ll be able to go back to operating at full capacity. In addition, people who qualify for federal disability retirement are more often than not at an advanced age where they would be better off getting into this federal workers’ compensation program than have to fight with the powers that be every single day for the remainder of their years as federal workers.
Here are the advantages of federal disability retirement:
- You’ll be able to pursue a career that’s in line with your passions after having filed for federal disability retirement and achieve a level of professional and personal achievement a few people can only ever dream of.
- You’ll still be eligible for up to 80 percent of your previous pay so you’ll have the needed funds to take care of your daily needs without having to strain.
- You’ll enjoy better health and less stress since you’ll be out of the constant scrutiny from your superiors for the duration of your federal career.
- You can choose working hours and terms that are amenable to your injuries and lifestyle going forward
- You won’t have to worry about a case file manager such as in the case of federal workers’ compensation.
One has less than a year from the discovery of their injury to file a federal disability retirement compensation claim. Since you only have one shot at getting it right, it’s in your best interests to work with a federal retirement attorney who’s handled these cases in the past.
Experienced Federal Disability Retirement Lawyers – Call Us Now !
Please call our law firm today on 1-855-233-3002 for your free consultation into the right steps you need to take. We look forward to hearing from you.