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Federal Disability Retirement FAQs

Federal government and U.S. Postal Service employees who cannot perform the duties of their jobs because of injury or illness may qualify to collect federal disability retirement benefits. However, as with many federal programs, obtaining these benefits can be a complex process.

The Harris Federal Law Firm helps disabled federal employees across the country to get through this process and deal with the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), which administers the federal disability retirement program.

If you are seeking federal disability retirement benefits, we offer the following answers to frequently asked questions in order to help you to better understand the process that lies ahead. To discuss how we can assist you, please contact us today and set up a free initial consultation.

Who is eligible for federal disability retirement benefits?
Do I need to be hurt on the job to get federal disability retirement benefits?
How can an experienced professional help me with my federal disability retirement claim?
What steps are involved with the process of obtaining federal disability retirement benefits?
How long does it take OPM to process a federal disability retirement application, and what if my claim is denied?
Can you help me if I don’t live in Kentucky, Texas or D.C.?
Do you support federal worker unions?