Success Story – Catherine R.

Oct 1, 2013

Success Story

Ms. Catherine R. is a Harris Federal success story. She was a Rural Letter Carrier for the Unites States Postal Service in Melbourne, Florida. She was diagnosed by her doctor with, carpal tunnel syndrome, cervical radiculopathy, bulging discs in back, spondylolisthesis, degenerative disc disease, and neuropathic pain in the wrist. She was in severe constant pain and as a result she became medically incapacitated with the ability to perform her job duties. Ms. R. contacted Harris Federal Law Firm, for assistance with her claim for Federal Disability Retirement. We worked with both her agency and physicians to ensure her evidence was in order and pertinent. Harris Federal Law Firm, submitted Ms. R.’s application for disability retirement in March of 2013. She was approved by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) on her initial attempt in July of 2013.

Federal Disability Retirement is a life-changing benefit. While on this benefit, you would receive:

  • A monthly annuity payment
  • Additional creditable years of service on top of your current service
  • Continued health and life insurance
  • The ability to work in the private sector

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