Federal and public service employees receive stellar benefits that are unavailable to many private sector workers. When you dedicate your career to teaching in the classroom or assisting others throughout the community, you are rewarded for your commitment with generous packages that cover disability, health insurance and retirement benefits.
As the structure and policies of these plans differ between public and private sector employees, so does the process for appealing a denied benefits claim. If you are struggling with a medical issue or are nearing your retirement, your inability to receive the financial assistance you've earned can have devastating consequences. Successfully appealing a rejected benefits claim requires a professional with a specific skill set.
For more than two decades, our attorneys at Clark Law Group, PLLC, have helped union members and federal employees secure the benefits they are entitled to receive. Our principal lawyer, Denise Clark, uses her substantial knowledge of benefits law to navigate the appeals process.
In addition to her experience in practicing benefits law, Ms. Clark remains current with benefits statutes by actively engaging in these employment and benefit legal associations:
- College of Labor and Employment Lawyers
- American College of Employee Benefits Counsel
- Metropolitan Washington Employment Lawyers Association
- American Bar Association, Labor and Employment Law Section
Protecting Your Interests During The Appeals Process
Our legal team has represented federal sector employees and teachers in appeals and grievance hearings before government agencies and regional organizations that include:
- The Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB)
- The Office of Personnel Management (OPM)
- Boards of Education
When your financial stability is at risk, you need a skilled advocate to promote your case and secure your benefits. Arrange your intake review today.
Work With An Experienced Public And Federal Employee Benefits Claims Firm
Call 202-609-8958, or complete our online contact form to reach us at our Washington, D.C., office.