Veterans Compensation Benefits

Veterans Compensation Benefits Attorneys in Florida

At MLG Injury Law – Accident Injury Attorneys, our Veterans Compensation Benefits attorneys are dedicated to fighting for those who have fought for us as part of our United States military. No matter the branch, or the individual’s rank, disabled veterans deserve the compassion and commitment our law firm provides when assisting our clients with filing for disability benefits through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).

Unfortunately, the laws surrounding the VA benefits system are not designed to be easily understood, as they are difficult to navigate, and are subject to change at any time, without notice.

That is why we advise all disabled veterans to partner with an experienced Veterans Compensation Benefits attorney who will go to battle with the VA and pursue the benefits each of our clients deserves for their service.

Veterans Compensation Benefits

Whether this is your first time applying for veterans benefits, including disability benefits, healthcare, life insurance, educational benefits, employment benefits, survivor benefits, or another type of VA assistance, or if you have previously been denied the benefits you are entitled to, our skilled Veterans Compensation Benefits lawyers will help you pursue the outcome you deserve.

Who is Eligible for Veterans Compensation Benefits?

To be eligible for Veterans Compensation Benefits, applicants must have served 90 consecutive days active military duty, one of which must have been during wartime.

Other requirements include, he or she must have:

  • Been discharged by any means other than dishonorably
  • A permanent and total disability at the time of application
  • Limited income and assets available
  • A disability caused without willful conduct on the part of the applicant

Eligible veterans may have experienced one or more of the following service-related disabilities including, but not limited to:

  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Neurological disorders
  • Severe back injury
  • Personality disorders
  • Severe heart disease
  • Unemployability
  • Psychiatric disability
  • Exposure to agent orange

If you have applied for VA Benefits, compensation, or a pension, and have been denied, our skilled VA benefits attorneys will use our experience to review the information necessary to compile a proper appeal, including medical records and other supporting evidence to build our case, so we can pursue results on your behalf.

Our Florida personal injury lawyers represent clients in the following practice areas throughout the state:

What Types of Veterans Benefits are Available to Disabled Military Personnel?

There are multiple types of veterans benefits available to our heroes, including the disability benefits that may be awarded to veterans who experienced injuries, disabilities, or diseases during their active military service.

These benefits may include:

  • Compensation benefits
  • Educational Assistance
  • Healthcare
  • Home loans
  • Insurance
  • Memorial and Burial Benefits
  • Pension
  • Special Monthly Pension
  • Vocational Rehabilitation

If you are unsure if you are eligible for Veterans Compensation Benefits, contact our experienced VA benefits attorneys today to discuss your military accomplishments and complete benefit needs during a free consultation.

Can Family Members Receive Veterans Compensation Benefits?

Spouses, children, and even parents of veterans may receive compensation, benefits, or assistance as part of a military veteran’s family. They may also receive benefits for the loss of their loved one during active duty or after their discharge.

Depending on their unique circumstances, family members of veterans may be entitled to:

  • Healthcare Insurance
  • Student Loan Assistance
  • Education and Training
  • Employment and Career Counseling
  • Home Loan Programs or Financial Counseling
  • Life Insurance Options, Claims, and Beneficiary Assistance
  • Burial Benefits and Memorial Items
  • Survivors Pension
  • Compensation for Surviving Spouse and Dependents

If you are a spouse, dependent child, surviving spouse, surviving child, or surviving parent of a military veteran, contact our Veterans Compensation Benefits attorneys to discuss your eligibility for assistance during a free consultation today.

What if I Have Already Been Denied Veterans Compensation Benefits?

If you have been denied the VA benefits you are entitled to, our dedicated Veterans Compensation Benefits lawyers will help you file an appeal with Veterans Affairs.

This formal request will outline the reasons the agency should reconsider their initial denial by providing the supporting evidence necessary to prove our client deserves the benefits were initially rejected for.

With our experienced VA benefits attorney by your side, this arduous process takes less time, and provides a more straightforward approach, as we will ask you meaningful questions that can be translated into your need for veterans benefits within our appeal.

In short, we simplify the appeals process, so our client understands our proven legal strategy while relieving some of the stress that may be associated with their initial denial.

Once your claim has been approved, you will be retroactively reimbursed to the date of your first application for VA benefits.

Contact Our Experienced Veterans (VA) Compensation Benefits Attorneys at MLG Injury Law – Accident Injury Attorneys for a Free Case Evaluation Today

If you would like to pursue the Veterans Compensation Benefits that you are entitled to, or if you have already received a denial, contact our experienced VA benefits attorneys at MLG Injury Law – Accident Injury Attorneys to schedule a free consultation today by calling (786) 206-8807 to learn how we can help you pursue the best outcome for your unique case.

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