If you believe that you have a service-related disability or disease and have been denied benefits, enlist an experienced veterans benefits representative today. Please complete our contact form for immediate help.
New Conflicts, New Disability Claims
The conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan have greatly increased the ranks of veterans filing disability claims. As the number of claims has increased, so have the wrongful denials and the backlog of claims requests. Our veterans benefit attorneys have the experience to help you make your strongest case and put your claim on a fast track.
You stood up for your country when it called. We'll stand up for you and help you obtain the veterans disability compensation that you rightfully deserve.
The disability compensation program administered by the Veterans Benefits Administration provides monthly benefits in recognition of disabilities, diseases or injuries that occurred or were aggravated by active duty. There are a number of disability benefits available to veterans.
We'll work with you on filing claims for disability compensation, unemployability, disability claims for traumatic brain injury (the signature injury of the Gulf conflict) and post-traumatic stress disorder.
The VA has recently expanded eligibility for benefits available to Vietnam veterans for diseases related to toxic chemical exposure. The benefits are on a graduated scale, depending on the extent of disability.
If you are the widow of a veteran, two types of veterans benefits -- a pension and Dependency and Indemnity Compensation -- may be available to you. Whether you are entitled to these benefits will depend on your own financial situation, including whether you are remarried, and whether your spouse's military service caused his or her death, or led to a service-connected total disability in the 10 years before death.
Our nationwide network of attorneys and representatives represents veterans in filing claims for many types of disabilities. According to the VA, the most prevalent service-related disabilities listed by veterans who began receiving claims during 2009 were tinnitus, hearing loss, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), cervical strain, tendon inflammation, knee problems, degenerative arthritis of the spine, diabetes, scars and traumatic arthritis.
Whatever your service-connected disability, our VA compensation attorneys, can help you collect the benefits that you're rightfully due.
Regardless of what type of disability you have, our veterans service disability attorneys are here to listen, then act. We respect the service you rendered to our country. We charge veterans only if we are successful in winning disability compensation for them. You shouldn't have to pay for something you don't receive.
If you or a loved one believes they are entitled to disability compensation from a service-related injury or illness, turn to our experienced veterans benefits lawyers.