Disability Retirement for Federal and Postal Workers: “Why?”

The ability to question is perhaps the highest form of consciousness. Without it, the next level of any narrative form would cease, and no prompting of a search for an answer will develop. That is why effective trial work — from persuasive direct examinations […] Read More …

Disability Retirement for Federal Government Employees: To File or Not to File

The famous Shakespearean refrain is from Hamlet’s soliloquy, and concerns the choices of one’s life, of comparative analysis of meaning, value and purpose; but ultimately it is a question of choices — akin to Camus’ evocative essay in The Myth of Sisyphus. […] Read More …

Federal Worker Disability Retirement: Relying on Common Sense

The problem of relying on “common sense” (as that term is often used and understood) is that such reliance not only reflects a presumption that one possesses that very quality that we […] Read More …