USPS Disability Solutions (“UDS”) is not affiliated with United States Postal Service (“Postal”) or any government agency.
  • Covers On or Off the Job Injuries
  • No Physicals or Exams


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Supplemental Disability Insurance for Postal Employees

Will your paid leave be enough to cover all of your future expense?

People purchase insurance to protect their car in case of a wreck, their home in a fire, and their families in the event of a death. If you think about it, there is probably more than one person who would suffer if you lost your income. Postal employees can cover on and off the job injuries and sicknesses with disability coverage through USPS Disability Solutions.

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Will your employer provide assistance in the event of an illness or injury?

The United States Postal Service provides protection in the form of Leave and Disability Retirement. On the surface, it may seem that these programs should provide sufficient disability protection for you, but your current leave and Postal disability benefits are two separate plans, which unfortunately do not always work together. 

You may qualify for one, but that does not necessarily mean you automatically qualify for the other, and that is where ManhattanLife coverage may help.

Will your employer provide assistance in the event of an illness or injury?

It is likely an injury could occur at some point in your life, whether you slip and fall, end up in a car accident, or break a leg sliding into 3rd base. If this causes you to miss work for a long period of time then it can be a challenge. Injuries are bound to happen.

We offer solutions that can address your current disability coverage needs, as well as help you discover ways to maximize your benefits.

What Happens if You Become Ill?

Do you know anyone who has suffered a heart attack, stroke, or had to be hospitalized for infection? Chances are you have known or worked with someone at some point who had to be out of work for an extended period of time due to an illness.

 USPS Disability Solutions understands your benefits and wants to offer you a level of protection during illness or injury. 

Disability Info & News

The Relationship Between Social Security Disability Benefits and FERS

In 1987, Federal Employees Retirement System is (FERS) became a major part of the benefits that federal employees receive. FERS benefits program is made up of three components; the FERS basic benefit, Thrift Savings Plan benefit, and the Social Security benefit. When a federal employee becomes disabled and finds themselves in need of disability benefits,… Read More

Disability Benefits & The Special Rules

Unfortunately, there are some federal employees that can end up developing a physical or mental condition making it difficult (if not impossible) to continue with their service. Once their condition is confirmed and is expected to carry on for at least a year or more, these federal employees are eligible to apply for disability retirement.… Read More

Disability Qualifications

Because of the difficult application process for disability benefits, getting a practitioner of disability law may boost your chances of benefits approval. The attorney could assist in appropriately dealing with the complicated paperwork, making sure deadlines are not exceeded and offering you adequate representation during any legal case. Eligibility for Social Security Disability To qualify… Read More

Social Security Disability & Eligibility

Social Security Disability & Eligibility To qualify for Social Security Disability, one must fulfill various qualification criteria set by the SSA. The first one stipulates that the applicant for the claim must prove to the SSA that he/she is disabled on a permanent basis, or is suffering a condition that has lingered or is predicted… Read More

Disability Benefits & its Special Rules

Disability Benefits & the Special Rules It’s quite unfortunate when a postal employee develops a physical or mental impairment that makes it difficult for them to continue with their services. Once the condition has been confirmed and is expected to carry on for at least a year, these employees are eligible to apply for disability… Read More