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  • Writer's pictureJames Dolenga

What you need to know about Veteran's disability benefits

Veteran's disability law is a specialized area of law that focuses on providing benefits to veterans who have sustained disabilities or injuries during their service in the military. These benefits can include compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, and other damages.

The basics of veteran's disability law include:

  1. Eligibility: To be eligible for veteran's disability benefits, a veteran must have a service-connected disability or injury. This means that the disability or injury must have occurred or been aggravated during the veteran's service in the military.

  2. Ratings: The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) assigns ratings to disabilities based on their severity. The rating system determines the amount of compensation that a veteran may receive.

  3. Appeals: Veterans have the right to appeal a denial or reduction of benefits. The appeals process can be complex and time-consuming.

  4. Benefits: Veteran's disability benefits can include compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, and other damages.

Why an attorney helping is important:

  1. Knowledge of the law: Veteran's disability law is complex and constantly changing. An experienced attorney can provide guidance on the legal requirements for obtaining benefits and ensure that all deadlines are met.

  2. Evidence: A successful veteran's disability claim requires extensive documentation of the disability and its connection to military service. An attorney can help gather and present evidence to support the claim.

  3. Appeals: If a veteran's claim is denied, an attorney can help navigate the appeals process and provide representation at hearings and in court.

  4. Maximizing benefits: An attorney can help ensure that a veteran receives the maximum amount of benefits available under the law.

Overall, an attorney can provide valuable guidance and support throughout the veteran's disability claims process, ensuring that the veteran receives the benefits they are entitled to under the law. If you have been denied benefits, call the Law Office of James Dolenga for a consultation at (866)772-5299.


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