Obtain Veterans Benefits For Your Service Connected Disability
Are you a veteran? Are you suffering from a physical or psychological service connected disability? As a veteran who has served our country either overseas or within our borders, you deserve to have all your rights protected and enforced. You may be able to obtain veterans benefits due to your service connected disability. Even if you have already filed an initial VA claim and have been denied do not stop there. Often times it can take many appeals before a valid claim is finally recognized. We are here to make sure that this happens for you and proudly help all our veterans who have bravely served us.
Experienced Georgia Veterans Disability Attorney
At the law firm of Rogers, Hofrichter & Karrh, LLC we help veterans throughout Georgia seek and appeal veterans disability compensation for service connected disabilities. Since 1993 we have provided superior legal representation for clients throughout Metro Atlanta, statewide Georgia and the southeastern United States. Let us use our experience, knowledge and compassion for helping veterans for your service connected disability claim. Whether you served in the state of Georgia, overseas in Afghanistan or years ago during WWII, we can help you. We can also help you seek an increased rating for a current service claim.
For a free consultation about your veterans affairs claim or appeal, we invite you to contact one of our experienced Atlanta service connected disability claim lawyers today.
Am I Eligible for a “Service Connected” Disability Claim?
There are eligibility requirements that must be met to file a service connected disability claim. First you must be a veteran as required by the Department of Veterans Affairs. This is generally anyone who served in the military, naval or air services and was not discharged or released dishonorably. Secondly, your disability must be “service connected.” This requirement is the hardest to prove and in general is any disability (physical or psychological) that was caused by or aggravated due to active duty or training.
There are many ways to establish a service connected disability. Among them include showing:
- Direct connection to an injury during service
- Aggravation of a pre-existing condition or injury
- Legal presumption for certain conditions such as agent orange
- Treatment in a VA hospital or facility
Service connected disabilities often include:
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Gulf War Syndrome
- Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
- Neurological/brain disorders
- Hearing problems
- Back injuries
- Knee injuries
- Orthopedic injuries
- Gunshot/shrapnel wounds
- Exposure to radiation/cancer
Schedule Your Free Initial Consultation
Contact us to discuss your service connected disability and current circumstances. We will review your initial VA claim or your appeal case and discuss how veterans benefits law applies to your situation. We don’t make promises we can’t keep. We do promise, however, to use all of our experience, knowledge, and energy to help you get the benefits that you deserve.
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