Posted on July 12, 2010 in Administrative Law
Information is plentiful in this age of technology and the Internet. But always remember that information is distinctly different from knowledge and truth. A plethora of information does not necessarily constitute true, verifiable, useful, or accurate knowledge. With all of the information "out there", how does one verify the information? Further, with respect to filing for Federal Disability Retirement under FERS or CSRS, how does one discern correct and accurate information from information which, if used or relied upon, can actually result in a detriment? One way is to spend some time reading and sifting through various sources of information; comparing the information; and further, seeing whether one can discover the underlying motivation or purpose of the source of the information. Further, in seeking legal advice in filing for Federal Disability Retirement benefits, remember that you must ultimately make the determination as to competency,reliability, and capabilities. Obtaining Federal Disability Retirement benefits is an important step in one’s life; finding the right information, and the right source of information, is an important first step in the process.
Sincerely, Robert R. McGill, Esquire
Information is plentiful in this age of technology and the Internet. But always remember that information is distinctly different from knowledge and truth.