Nancy, I ve also announced our group in employment law/federal employee websites, so it s no surprise (to me) that non-RPCVs are joining us. Many current andMessage 1 of 6 , Apr 1, 2004View SourceNancy,
I've also announced our group in employment law/federal employee
websites, so it's no surprise (to me) that non-RPCVs are joining
us. Many current and former federal employees are having the same
difficulties with OWCP as we are. I think we can all learn from--
and support--each other.
--- In email@example.com, FourDirect@a... wrote:
> I saw your email on the listserv and unfortunately, this group is
new and we
> are returned Peace Corps volunteers dealing with issues regarding
> help one another obtain medical benefits for Peace Corps-related
> illnesses/injuries. I have never come across the issue you
present. I am doubtful that any
> of us can address this for you. Since we are mostly advertising in
> groups, I'm wondering you came across us? Maybe someone out there
has an idea
> or maybe your congressional representative can help answer your
> you considered that route?
Kevin, Oh, it s great that you ve announced this elsewhere. Pardon my ignorance and I am happy to share! This will be announced in the NY RPCV group on emailMessage 1 of 6 , Apr 1, 2004View SourceKevin,
Oh, it's great that you've announced this elsewhere. Pardon my ignorance and I am happy to share! This will be announced in the NY RPCV group on email next week.
Hi gogo The nurse has no business saying that to your doctor!!!!! You cannot be forced to retire!!!!! That is your decision to make! Go toMessage 1 of 6 , Apr 4, 2004View SourceHi gogo
The nurse has no business saying that to your doctor!!!!!
You cannot be forced to retire!!!!! That is your decision to make!
Go to federalworkerscomp.net
Read all you can & join the list if you want.
If you are not able to recover enough to do your job after one year-
it may be more-You Will NOT Be Out of Work!!!!! If you are partially
disabled for work PO must make a "suitable job offer" within your
medical restrictions. Make sure you know the requirements of
a "suitable job offer," and read about "Return to Work" in the CA-
810, EL-505, & ELM. If you are able to work some hours, OWCP must
pay the remainder. The comp will pay either 66 2/3, or 75% of your
salary if you have dependents.
If you are totally disabled for work, comp pays.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, sanjogta marwaha <sanjogtam@y...> wrote:
> Hi, I am a postal worker and hurt on the job. I am disabled since
july 2003. OWCP has assigned a nurse and she told my doctor that if
this is a long term disability, I should go on disability
retirement. My question is, is this the best option. Is that true
if I donot go back to work in one year post office is not obligated
to keep my job and I will be out of work. Any help will be
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