Case Results: USPHS Commander Wins Restoration of Retirement Credits

Another success story for the Law Offices of David P. Sheldon at the Public Health Service Board for Corrections (PHS BFC). The Law Offices of David P. Sheldon represented a Commissioned Corps Commander who was promised retirement credit-in writing-for prior federal civilian service, only to be informed just before retirement that the Commissioned Corps was denying the credit.

As a result of our firm’s efforts, the PHS BFC “concluded that Corps actions constituted an egregious error and an injustice.” Our client will now receive the retirement credit so richly deserved and is now eligible to retire immediately since receiving years of constructive service credit.


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Spotlight: Volunteering for Housing Development

This month’s Spotlight is on non-profit work done by Attorney Shannon James, and her husband Doug.

Shannon and Doug make yearly trips to Rocky Point, Mexico to build houses for those in need. The non-profit provides resources of time and labor to help the organization 1 Mission. 1Mission is a community development organization. They allow recipients to receive a house by contributing service hours to help themselves and their community of 1Mission.

Shannon and Doug look forward to spending time working with 1Mission every year. The work is fulfilling and provides needed resources of volunteer hours to help accomplish the community development of housing for those in need.

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