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If you file for medical retirement and for some reason they

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If you file for medical retirement and for some reason they didn't never notify me why I didn't receive it . Then I heard it had something to do how the doctor word it. Since they didn't give me my medical retirement can I file for regular retirement ?. I gave about 24 years with the company
Submitted: 4 months ago.
Category: Medical
Expert:  Dr. Captain replied 4 months ago.

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To You: I have read your post and your query. Medical retirement is different from general retirement, and subject to a different review and approval process. You can certainly file for regular retirement any time you feel appropriate for you. No approval process necessary. Since everyone has a bit of a different approach. Of the chat styles I've listed, which would work best for you?