Defending And Empowering The Disabled Since 1993

Helping Veterans Obtain The Benefits They Need

At the law firm of Rogers, Hofrichter & Karrh, LLC, we are proud to help veterans and others who have served our country. Our attorneys help veterans complete service-connected disability claims and successfully obtain benefits. Our clients include veterans who served abroad in places like Europe and the Middle East and those who served within our country’s borders. If you are a veteran who suffered a disabling injury or medical condition, let us help serve you as you have helped our country.

Do You Have A Service-Connected Disability Claim?

Since 1993, the Atlanta veterans affairs lawyers of Rogers, Hofrichter & Karrh, LLC, have provided superior legal representation with a record of favorable results to people with disability claims. Part of our disability claims practice is helping veterans make compensation claims for service-connected disabilities. We offer free initial consultations. Schedule yours today.

Our law firm is AV-rated under Martindale-Hubbell’s peer review rating system.*

Our Veterans Disability Claims Practice

Regardless of when or in what capacity you served our country, as a veteran who suffered a service-connected disability, you have legal rights. Disabilities can manifest during and even after military service. Let us help you with your veterans disability claims. We will be there for you every step of the way from the initial application to any appeals. Our veterans disability claims practice includes:

Contact Us: Experienced Georgia Disability Claims Attorneys

Each of our founding partners has more than 25 years of experience in disability law, and they have a high success rate in administrative appeals and litigation. Let us help you with your veterans disability claim. Call 770-884-6705, or contact us today to discuss your veterans affairs and disability claims needs.

* Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of the Bar and the Judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell ratings fall into two categories—legal ability and general ethical standards.