Veterans' Disability Claim Information
After serving in the line of duty, it’s an understatement to say that returning to civilian life is easy. Many life-altering events can occur overseas, and, as a Veteran, you deserve both respect and medical treatment after fighting for our country. Let us advocate for you.
At Morgan & Morgan, we are honored to say we have over 100 lawyers and team members who previously served in the military. They are an asset to our company and to our fight for the rights of Americans because they understand what is sacrificed to serve our country and, thus, have a more profound understanding and empathy for Veterans.
If you or a loved one are suffering from a disability or multiple disabilities due to your service in the military, our specialized lawyers have the experience, dedication, and know-how to help you obtain your right to benefits. Our attorneys have helped Veterans and their families—such as the spouse, dependent child, or dependent parent of the deceased—with numerous claims.
We’ve already recovered benefits for Veterans just like you. Contact us today by filling out a free, no-obligation case evaluation form.
What Benefits Can I Recover?
The Veterans’ Association provides a wide range of benefits, some of which are listed below:
- Education Program Refund
- Civil Service Preference
- Commissary and Exchange Privileges
- Burial-Related Benefits
- Dependency and Indemnity Compensation (DIC)
- Parents’ DIC
- Death Pension
- Education and Training
- Home Loan Guarantee
- Life Insurance Proceeds
Don’t let denied the VA’s frustrating process of appeals stop you from receiving the compensation you deserve. Our lawyers are determined to help you with appeals so you can receive the benefits that make your day-to-day life a little easier.
At Morgan & Morgan, we will fight for you just like how you fought for us. To learn more, fill out our free, no-obligation case review form.
Brief Background on Available Benefits
If you or a loved one have suffered in active duty from the following or anything similar to the following, you may be entitled to compensation:
- Bodily injuries, such as a knee, leg, arm, back, or spinal (or multiple)
- Injuries due to a gunshot and/or shrapnel wounds
- Traumatic brain injury
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Gulf War syndrome
- Tropical diseases such as dysentery and malaria and/or illnesses from exposure to toxic chemicals or uranium
To receive compensation, you need a medical diagnosis of your current, long-term, or connected illness/injury relating to your service.
For more information, read up on the benefit ratings that you or your family may be entitled to.
Why a Lawyer Will Make Your Life Easier
The VA regularly denies legitimate claims, making the process not only stressful but also time-consuming—sometimes taking up to 3-5 years. An experienced, dedicated lawyer can save you time, as they know the benefits you are entitled to and can present your case in full. Don’t let the appeal process bully you into receiving the bare minimum. At Morgan & Morgan, our Veterans Benefits lawyers know how to fight.
We are for the People. And, at Morgan & Morgan, we are for the Veterans. Contact us and let us fight for you as you did for us.