If you have impairments that stem from your service in the United States Armed Forces you may qualify to receive Veterans Disability Benefits from the VA. We are relentless in the pursuit of obtaining the maximum benefits for yourself and your family. Our process of personalized review and thorough investigation of your claim gives us an advantage when navigating VA rules and regulations.
We represent veterans is obtaining the following Veteran Benefits:
Service Connected Disability
Disability compensation is owed to Veterans who incurred or aggravated an injury or illness during active military service. Monthly benefits vary with degree of disability and number of dependents.
Claim for Increased Disability
This is a claim for increased evaluation of a disability that the VA has already determined to be service-connected.
Earlier Effective Date
This is a claim for earlier entitlement date for your service-connected disability. You may be entitled to an earlier effective date if there is medical evidence to support an earlier date of if there has been a change to a law or VA regulation.
Total Disability based on Individual Unemployability (TDIU)
This is a claim in addition to proving your service-connected disability. You are entitled to these benefits if your service-connected disability prevents you from obtaining or mainting substantially gainful employment.
Special Monthly Compensation (SMC)
This is a monthly amount in addition to your service-connected disability benefits. You are entitled to these benefits if you need aid or attendance by another person or by a significant disability, such as a loss of the use of a foot or leg.
Dependency and Indemnity Compensation (DIC)
This is a benefits payable to surviving spouse, children or parent of a Servicemember who dies while in active duty, training, or to the survivors of Veterans who dies from their service-connected disability.