As a veteran of the United States military, there are numerous benefits and rights afforded to you, should you ever find yourself faced with temporary or permanent disabilities as a result of your military service. In cases like this, it is in your best interest to file a Veterans disability claim as soon as possible so as to obtain the benefits you are entitled to receive. The faster you are able to file, the closer you will be to getting started on your road to recovery and being able to move forward with your life.
It is true that filing a Veterans disability claim does not necessarily need to be done by an attorney, however there are many advantages to having a skilled Veterans disability attorney help you navigate through the complex, and often frustrating, process to obtain the benefits and assistance you require. An experienced Veterans disability attorney will also be able to provide you with the aggressive representation you need if your claim for benefits has been denied and you intend to appeal, or if you are having any issues with your Veterans pension.
Our firm has been in practice for more than 40 years, and during that time, we have developed an in-depth knowledge of the entire Veterans disability system, we know how the Department of Veteran Affairs handles such cases, we have helped thousands of Veterans obtain the benefits and compensation to which they were entitled, and we have the extensive experience you want representing your case and we will be a committed advocate for your rights.
There is no need to add undue stress and frustration to an already difficult situation. If you or a loved one has found yourself wondering, "Do I need an attorney to file a Veterans disability claim?" we recommend you contact Stevens & Sullivan, LLC right away to discuss your case with one of our skilled Veterans disability attorneys. When you contact us, we will be able to answer any questions you may have, help alleviate your concerns and worries, work with you closely to file your claim and fight diligently to protect your rights.