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Occasionally, most of us face a legal issue or have questions on legal matters that require the assistance of an attorney. Federal Occupational Health is here to help. We provide consultation and referral services for a wide range of legal issues.
You can easily access the Legal Service Program by calling our toll-free telephone number. You will be connected with a licensed attorney for a telephone consultation. This attorney, who practices in the applicable state, will listen to your concerns and discuss your options under the laws that apply. The telephone consultation is offered at no charge. Office visits or services from a participating attorney at discounted rates are also available. Examples of legal services include:
The Legal Service Program does not provide advice on issues regarding the program, its employees, or other providers or attorneys associated with the program, or on matters relating to your job. The legal service program does not provide advice on any matter that is frivolous, harassing, or otherwise a violation of ethical rules.
- Healthcare Power of Attorney
- Living Wills
- Housing or real estate matters
- Estate planning
- Family law, such as divorce, child custody and child support
- Car accidents and related matters
- Financial concerns
- Consumer concerns
- Criminal matters
Frequently Asked Legal Questions
Q. Who can use the Legal Service Program?
A. This service is offered as a benefit to you, your household members, and dependents.
Q. Is there a charge for legal consultation?
A. The telephone consultation is offered at no charge. If it is determined that you need advice from an attorney beyond the telephone consultation, office visits and services will be provided at discounted rates. It is recommended that you get a written statement for the cost of an office consultation or services in advance.
Q. I have a legal question about a matter in a state in which I do not reside. Can I receive assistance?
A. Yes, you will receive a telephone consultation from an attorney in the state applicable to your question. If subsequent services are required, you will be referred to a local attorney that you may retain at the discounted rate.
Q. Is the service confidential?
A. Yes. All communications regarding legal concerns are confidential, except where disclosure is required by law.
NOTE: Legal referrals given are not endorsements or recommendations of any specific attorney or law firm. The responsibility for selecting and employing an attorney lies solely with you.