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Robert R. McGill

Federal Disability Retirement Lawyer Robert R. McGill Law Firm
Office 302 Hollybrooke Court Walkersville MD 21793 Mailing Address P.O. Box 687 Walkersville MD 21793 Office Phone: (800) 990-7932 Office Phone: (301) 845-8625 Fax: (301) 845-8743 Membership: May 4, 2017 Main website: Federal Disability Lawyer Justia: Attorney Profile at the Justia Lawyers.com: Attorney Profile at Lawyers.com Other URL: Robert Mcgill Esq BBB Rating AVVO.com: Lawyer Profile and Reviews at Avvo Other Lawyers Profile: Business Profile at Manta Other Lawyers Profile: Attorney Profile at the Cornell University Martindale: Lawyer Profile at Martindale-Hubbell Business blog: Main WordPress Blog Business blog: Federal Disability Attorney blog Business blog: The Postal Disability Retirement blog Other URL: Articles in the FedSmith.com Other URL: Articles in the Postal Retirement website Other URL: Postal Reporter News Blog Other URL: FERS Disability Retirement

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I am a lawyer who specializes in securing OPM Disability Retirement benefits for Federal employees; including Postal workers, law enforcement agents, and civilian personnel in U.S. military bases around the world.  I deal exclusively with Federal Disability Retirement claims, and I have been successfully representing Federal and Postal employees in getting them Federal Disability Retirement benefits for more than two decades.

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When a client retains me, he or she will be working with me, not with a secretary, a paralegal, or a “disability specialist”, but with the attorney himself. I carefully and thoroughly work up each and every case, and apply my expertise gained over 25 years to obtain Federal Disability Retirement benefits for all of my clients.

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302 Hollybrooke Court Walkersville MD 21793

P.O. Box 687 Walkersville MD 21793

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Latest Posts

  • FERS Disability Retirement: First and Foremost, a Medical Matter

    July 23, 2019

    How low adherence to prescribed medical regimens can become an eligibility problem for the Federal employee applicant. There are some situations, however, when an employee can refuse to follow the treatment recommendations of his or her doctor and still be able to qualify for FERS Disability Retirement.

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  • Federal & Postal Disability Retirement: A Reflection of Life’s Changes

    April 30, 2019

    Life changing events can suddenly appear in the lives of Federal employees. When an accident or an illness appears, the options and choices an employee has are greatly reduced. Federal & Postal Disability Retirement benefits offer an opportunity for the Federal employees to begin a new life when his or her medical condition demand life style adjustments, including finding a new job or career that the employee can perform.

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  • FERS Disability Retirement Compared To OWCP

    February 12, 2019

    OWCP vs. FERS Disability Retirement. The Department of Labor administers Federal Worker's Compensation Benefits through the Office of Workers' Compensation Programs (OWCP). Such benefits are non-taxable, and are paid for temporary total disability, for injuries or medical conditions which result from, or are caused by, a workplace injury.

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  • What is Federal Disability Retirement?

    February 11, 2019

    Is it an accident that so many Federal and Postal employees are unaware of the benefit of "Federal Disability Retirement" for FERS employees? Is it a deliberate "conspiracy of silence" -- a benefit which exists but is not trumpeted by the Federal Government for fear of the floodgates of applications being opened?

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