Claims VA Disability Group Handles
Our veteran disability lawyers in Kalamazoo, MI handle a wide range of claims. Since there are so many service-connected conditions recognized by the VA, it’s impossible for us to list them all here. However, feel free to browse our list of legal services we offer to veterans and their families. To request a consultation with one of our veterans attorneys, call the VA Disability Group at 1-844-VET-LAWS (1-844-838-5297).
(38 CFR 3.304 & 4.125)
You may have(PTSD) if you experienced or witnessed a traumatic event during your military service. We can help you gather the evidence you need to present a strong case to the VA. That way, you’ll be able to appeal the initial decision and stand a better chance of receiving VA disability benefits for PTSD.
(38 CFR 3.310 & 4.124a)
You may have been diagnosed with a VA disability lawyers will be able to help you file an appeal so you can receive the VA disability benefits you deserve.(TBI) after a violent blow to the head. If you’ve been wrongly denied VA compensation for TBI, call our office as soon as possible. Our
(38 CFR 3.310 & 4.125 & 4.130)
It is not uncommon for veterans to be treated for mental health disorders. Some of the more common disorders veterans struggle with include schizophrenia, anxiety, panic, mood, bipolar, depressive, and adjustment disorders. If you are a veteran and have been diagnosed with a psychiatric disability, you may be entitled to benefits.
Were you deniedfor a nervous system condition that started on or manifested itself within one year of active duty? If so, you may be entitled to VA benefits. Veterans may receive VA disability compensation for conditions affecting the nervous system, and each body extremity can be separately compensated (e.g. left leg).
Serving in the military is physically demanding and often leaves veterans with chronic conditions that limit their ability to work. If you were denied VA disability compensation for service-connected conditions, don’t hesitate to give us a call. We can help you receive the compensation you deserve for service-connected orthopedic injuries.
(38 CFR 3.309)
The VA presumes that certain disabilities are caused by military service. You may be able to file a claim for VA presumptive conditions if you are a former prisoner of war, a Vietnam veteran exposed to Agent Orange, an atomic veteran, or a Gulf War veteran with an undiagnosed illness.
Are you a Vietnam or Korean War veteran who was exposed to Agent Orange? If so, you may be eligible for Agent Orange compensation, even if the Department of Veteran Affairs previously denied your claim. Our veteran disability lawyers will advocate on your behalf so you can receive the Agent Orange compensation you deserve.
(38 CFR 3.317)
It is not uncommon for Gulf War veterans to have a host of chronic medical symptoms that include headaches, joint pains, fatigue, insomnia, dizziness, breathing problems, and memory problems. “” is the term commonly used to describe these symptoms. If you recognize the signs of Gulf war illness, call one of our veteran disability attorneys.
(38 CFR 4.16)
You may be eligible for total disability based on individual unemployability (TDIU) if your service-connected disability is preventing you from being a productive member of the workforce. When veterans are given a rating for individual unemployability, this means that the VA determined them unable to obtain gainful employment due to service-connected injury.
(38 CFR 3.22 & 38 USC 1318)
When a military veteran dies, the VA offers monthly benefits to eligible survivors. These VA death benefits are called Dependency and Indemnity Compensation (DIC). Our veterans attorneys fight for your VA survivor benefits. We often obtain VA death benefits for spouses, children, and dependent parents.
(38 USC 5121 & 38 CFR 3.1000)
The VA defines accrued benefits as a claim for any money the VA owes the veteran, but did not pay prior to their death. Generally, if a veteran has a VA disability compensation claim pending at the time of their death, the veteran’s dependent spouse or children are entitled to any accrued benefits from that claim.
If you served in the military from 2003-2015 and now have hearing loss or ringing in the ears, you may be eligible for compensation due to defective 3M combat earplugs. Legal documentation shows that in 2000, the companytested its dual-ended earplugs and found them to be faulty. Despite this, the earplugs were wrongly issued to active duty service members for more than a decade.
Our VA disability lawyers in Kalamazoo, MI handle so much more than what’s listed on our website. Since there are so many service-connected conditions recognized by the VA, we recommend you request a consultation with one of our accredited veteran disability lawyers to learn about your options.