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I was rejected for Social Security Disability Insurance. Can I still get OPM Disability Retirement?
I was rejected for Social Security Disability Insurance. Can I still get OPM Disability Retirement?

Social Security Disability Insurance requires the applicant to be unable to perform Substantial Gainful Employment as a result of their medical condition, which would essentially disqualify the applicant from working at almost any job in order to meet this condition. OPM ...

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Blog Posts in 2016

  • Do I need to request Reasonable Accommodation if I want OPM Disability Retirement?

    For a federal employee with this concern, here are two illustrative examples to consider: The federal employee is in a position that requires onsite ...

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  • Qualifying for OPM Disability Retirement

    “ While employed in a position subject to FERS, the employee must have become disabled because of a medical condition , resulting in a deficiency in ...

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  • Denied OPM Disability Retirement? Here's What You Should Do

    You’ve received your initial decision from OPM Disability Retirement , and you’ve been denied. Now What? Many federal employees who receive a negative ...

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  • EEOC's Fiscal Year 2016 Performance Report

    The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) secured over $482.1 million for workers who have experienced discrimination in the private, ...

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  • Mental Disorders without Objective Medical Evidence

    A valid concern for federal employees with a mental disorder is fear that their application for OPM Disability Retirement is doomed from the start due ...

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  • Why You Should Include All of Your Diagnoses in the OPM Disability Retirement Application

    When completing the SF 3112A, one of the first questions requires you to list your diagnoses for which you are claiming disability. The instinctive ...

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  • EEOC Defending Reasonable Accommodations in Drug Testing Policy

    On August 24th, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ( EEOC ) filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona against a ...

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  • What is a "Qualified" Federal Employee for a Disability Reasonable Accommodation Request?

    The Rehabilitation Act of 1973 requires that Federal Employees requesting reasonable accommodation be "Qualified" to do their jobs before entitlement ...

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  • Reasonable Accommodation and the Federal Employee

    I enjoy representing Federal Employees with their requests for medical reasonable accommodations because this is an area of law where an attorney can ...

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