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Veteran Stomach, Intestine & Liver Disorder Claims

Legally reviewed by Brendan Garcia , Owner and Lead Attorney

The capacity for a stomach, intestine or liver disorder to be disabling can be hard to grasp if you have not personally suffered from one of them or witnessed someone go through the challenges posed by them firsthand.

It may feel easy to dismiss how difficult life is with one of these disorders if you have not experienced it or known someone who did. The reality of living with stomach, intestine, and liver disorders is not just unpleasant, it can be unbearable.

If you are suffering from one of these types of disorders, our experienced disability attorney can help you secure benefits that can have a serious positive impact on your life by filing veteran stomach, intestine, and liver disorder claims.

At VetLaw, we have been helping people secure the disability benefits they need and deserve for decades. During that time we have learned what medical evidence is necessary and how to use it to construct a solid case for our clients.

Let us put that skill and experience to work for you. Schedule a free initial consultation by calling (855) 500-4672 or completing a contact form on our website.

Common Stomach Conditions

We offer our assistance to those suffering from a range of stomach, intestine and liver disorders, including:

  • Crohn’s disease
  • Colitis
  • Short bowel syndrome (SBS or short gut)
  • Hepatitis C
  • Diverticulitis
  • Cirrhosis
  • Irritable bowel syndrome

The VA stipulates disability rating schedules for many of these conditions, so your benefits will reflect the severity of your symptoms. In fact, the VA has recently released new criteria for digestive conditions, including common service-related stomach and intestinal issues.

We have helped clients secure disability benefits from:

How We Can Help With Veteran Stomach, Intestine & Liver Disorder Claims

Gut and stomach issues can prove expensive, inconvenient, and painful. There is also evidence that gastrointestinal health is linked to mental health, so veterans may need help accessing VA benefits for related conditions. For exceptional representation from a firm that is dedicated to helping you secure the disability benefits that you deserve, turn to VetLaw.

We maintain offices in Winston-Salem and Charlotte for the convenience of our clients. Our team of VA-accredited lawyers is available to offer skilled and experienced advocacy to veterans across all 50 states. Contact us to schedule a free initial consultation by calling (855) 500-4672 or completing a contact form on our website.