Jul 31

Federal Workers Compensation and OPM Disability

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Federal Workers Compensation and OPM Disability

Do you have an illness or injury that prevents you from performing the essential duties of your position? Are you an injured federal worker?  Often times injured federal workers receiving federal workers’ compensation benefits may also be entitled to OPM Disability Retirement. Particularly if the claimant is entitled to a schedule award it might be in the claimant’s best interest to consider applying for OPM disability retirement.

Do you have questions about a schedule award?  Is the OWCP sending you to a second opinion doctor?  Has the OWCP denied your claim for wage loss benefits? Are you having trouble performing your assigned duties because of a medical condition?  Do you have questions about FMLA leave?

If you need help with any of these questions, or if you have questions about FMLA leave or if you need more information about applying for OPM medical retirement, contact OPM Attorney Gregory Hall to set up an appointment to discuss your case.  Attorney Hall has been representing injured federal employees since 1996.

Gregory A. Hall
Law Office of Gregory A. Hall
3570 E. 12th Avenue, Suite 200
Denver, CO 80206
Ph. 303-320-0584
Email: gregory@federallaw.com
Web: http://adenverlawyer.com

The information on this blog or website is not legal advice.

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Denver Lawyer Gregory A. Hall has represented injured persons since 1995 in the following areas: personal injury, employment, civil rights, wage and hour, insurance bad faith, OPM disability retirement, federal workers’ compensation, FLSA, FELA and business litigation.

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