Aren’t sure how to get the compensation you deserve for service connected disability? Call our disability lawyers today to set up your consultation. A disability attorney won’t rely on the VA to build the evidence needed to support your claim. Instead, they’ll make sure your disability is thoroughly documented by doctors so you stand the […]
An independent medical examination (IME) is one of the best tools you have while seeking VA disability benefits. Unlike the Compensation and Pension Exam, an independent medical examination is performed by a doctor with no connection to the VA. Continue reading to learn why your disability attorney may recommend an independent medical examination. For more […]
To get veterans benefits, you have to prove you have a service connected disability. If you aren’t sure whether your condition is related to military service, we recommend hiring a VA disability attorney. From our experience working with other clients, we understand how a service connected disability affects every facet of life. For this reason, […]
Have you already filed for Social Security disability (SSD)? If so, it’s important to understand that how the Social Security Administration processes your claim and awards benefits is different from how it’s handled at the Department of Veterans Affairs. We encourage you to schedule a consultation with a disability attorney near you. Our law firm […]
Did you know that your VA benefits are affected by your discharge status from the military? As long as you don’t receive a dishonorable discharge, you are eligible to receive disability benefits through the Department of Veterans Affairs. Keep reading to learn how your military discharge status could affect your disabled veteran benefits.
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If a loved one who served in the military has recently passed away, you may be eligible for Dependency and Indemnity Compensation (DIC) benefits. DIC benefits are designed to financially support the surviving spouses, children, and dependent parents of veterans. Keep reading to learn who is eligible to receive VA death benefits.
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The Department of Defense reported that brain injuries account for 22% of combat casualties in Iraq and Afghanistan. If you or a loved one has traumatic brain injury (TBI) resulting from military service, we recommend calling a VA disability attorney as soon as possible. You may be eligible to receive VA disability compensation. In this […]
If you or a loved one has joint and musculoskeletal injuries resulting from military service, we recommend calling a VA attorney as soon as possible. Serving in the military is physically demanding, which increases your risk of being injured or developing a chronic condition.
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The VA disability claim process can be confusing for those still in active military service or for those recently separated or retired. In this blog post, we hope to eliminate any confusion you might have by explaining what types of evidence you’ll need to collect to prove your disability and how the U.S. Department of […]
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs assumes that certain medical conditions in certain veteran populations were caused by military service. For this reason, you may be eligible to receive VA disability benefits for what is called a “presumptive condition”. Like the name suggests, the VA will presume certain conditions to be caused by your military […]