Last Updated on January 30, 2021 by Federal Disability Lawyer
Nothing could be further from the truth.
All forms, including governmental standardized forms, are merely inquisitive templates requesting information. If the form fails to ask the proper question, or does not pose a question such that it does justice to your particular situation or problem, then you should freely ask the question you believe should be asked, on a “continuation page”, or in an addendum created by you or your Federal Disability Retirement Lawyer.
In FERS Disability Retirement claims, this is especially true of Standard Form 3112A (Applicant’s Statement of Disability). Instead of answering only the constraining questions as posed within the framework of the form, it is often appropriate to add another page and create, and subsequently answer, relevant questions which are neither posed nor implied by the Standard Form.
Robert R. McGill, Esquire