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Loss of Limb

The loss of a limb can have a devastating impact on one's life. It is a consequence of military service and we respect the courage and sacrifice made by veterans to protect our freedoms. Limbs can be lost from injury, such as an explosion or severe infection following a wound. Soft-tissue sarcoma in the leg or arm can lead to an amputation. An Atlanta veterans disability attorney from our office is ready to help protect the rights for any veteran who has lost a limb on active duty to veterans compensation.

Our firm has been helping individuals for 40 years who have been severely disabled to obtain their benefits. We routinely go up against huge government bureaucracies and insurance giants. We have learned what it takes to get through the red tape and complexity and to get results for our clients. We are proud of our track record in doing so.

Atlanta Disability Lawyer: Amputations

Losing a limb will greatly alter your life, your relationships, your ability to work in your chosen field and your ability to live independently, temporarily or permanently. Your veterans compensation provides part of the solution to re-establishing control over your life. Sometimes soldiers are injured during their service and, for whatever reasons, complications develop after leaving the military. If you have lost a limb due to complications of injuries sustained while on active duty in the military, you may be entitled to enhanced benefits. Whatever your situation may be, we want you to know that we are experienced and proven when it comes to establishing, fighting for and obtaining full benefits for the disabled. We welcome the opportunity to help you or your loved one.

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    David A. Stevens

    Partner

    Attorney David Stevens was born and raised in Macon, Georgia. He moved to Atlanta in 1991 and graduated from the Georgia State University College of Law in 2002. During law school, he was active in both the Moot Court Board - serving as Vice President of Appellate Advocacy - and mock trial, participating in several national competitions. He received awards for his academic performance in Research, Writing and Advocacy and Litigation classes. After graduating from law school, David immediately ...
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    Douglas Sullivan

    Partner

    Attorney Douglas Sullivan grew up in a military family where his father had a career in the US Air Force. As an Air Force brat, he developed an interest in military history and has immense respect for those men and women who have served our country. After a life of being transferred to various Air Force bases throughout the United States, Doug obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, double majoring in Political Science and Spanish. He then attended law ...
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    Daphne Sullivan

    Associate

    Daphne Sullivan was born in Washington D.C. into a military family. She was raised in Alabama where she obtained her B.S. in English and graduated with honors from Birmingham-Southern College in Birmingham, Alabama. She graduated with a Masters of Education with a concentration in English education from the University of North Alabama. She obtained her legal education at Cumberland School of Law. As a law student, she received awards in Legal Research and Writing as well as Criminal Procedure ...
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