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You’ve served your country with honor and dignity and as a result of that commitment, may have suffered a disability. Now it’s your country’s turn to take care of you. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is tasked with supporting the courageous men and women of our armed forces should they become afflicted with a service-related disability or if their military service has caused aggravation to an existing condition. Our government specifically budgets money to care for veterans and their families; in some cases providing as much as $3,100 per month in tax-free compensation.
The VA calculates the monthly amount owed to veterans and their families based on the severity of the disability (including loss of limbs), number of immediate family members or dependents, and having a seriously disabled spouse. Contact Sokolove Law for a free, no obligation legal consultation regarding a veteran’s disability compensation denial.
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If you have been denied by the Board of Veterans’ Appeals you may want the peace of mind that a veteran’s disability attorney is handling your case. Failure to meet deadlines or complete complicated paperwork correctly could result in another denial and a lawyer can help ensure your appeal is filed correctly, completing all of the paperwork on your behalf and within the appropriate timelines.
We help simplify the confusing claims and appeals process for disabled veterans. For 30 years, Sokolove Law has helped people just like you get the legal support they need. Sokolove Law offers a FREE case evaluation and we are only paid if you are successful in your veteran’s disability appeal.
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