Federal Disability Retirement Attorney The right approach to filing Federal Disability Retirement claims. In October 2010, Mr. Johnson made his first public comment to the Board of County Commissioners to complain about their failure to respond to his mailings and to express opposition to another County contract with PSI and its legal services contractor, Belveal, Eigel, Rumans & Fredrickson, LLC.
Those acts were: (1) making a material and knowlingly false statement to State officials claiming 1996-97 temporary support was not paid (perjury and fraud); (2) the theft and conversion of Mr. Johnson’s personal property; (3) making a material and knowingly false statement concerning custody (perjury and fraud); (4) making a material and knowingly false statement concerning sources of monthly income (perjury and fraud); (5) making a false statement under oath concerning her employment status in 2005 (perjury); and (6) attempting to blackmail Mr. Johnson for her signature on the Affidavit to Forgive Arrears.
However, there are certainly chance-enhancers” — those preparatory actions that exponentially increase the probability of success at each stage of a Federal Disability Retirement process — that will help to ensure that, more likely than not (sort of like the legal standard itself — of a preponderance of the evidence” — that is applied to a Federal Disability Retirement case), your Federal Disability Retirement application, whether you are under FERS, CSRS or CSRS Offset, will have a successful outcome with the U.S. Office of Personnel Management.
You can exclude yourself and retain rights to pursue further claims …