If you applied for veterans disability benefits and received a denial on your claim or your disability was assigned a low rating, you have done a wise thing by exploring this website and considering asking a lawyer to handle your appeal. VetLaw, has stood by many veterans whose injuries and illnesses began during the course of their military service.
Many of our clients are able to work — but live with disabilities which impact their overall quality of life, including their ability to earn a living at full capacity in many cases. VetLaw, has succeeded in many appeals after denial or underrating resulted in lower benefit payments than our clients were entitled to.
To overcome a denied or underrated disability claim, working with an attorney is a valuable first step. If we represent you, our work together will most likely include some of the following steps:
Once we have prepared a strong case in defense of your denied or underrated disability claim, we will also help prepare you for questions that you can expect during an appeals hearing.
Our job as your legal advocate through the appeals process is to protect you and represent you to the best of our ability. Your job is to work with us, with your doctors and with any other experts such as vocational specialists who will give input on your disabling condition and your employability in general.
We are prepared to advise you on the most likely routes to a successful veterans’ disability benefit claim or appeal of a veterans disability claim denial. Our goal is to help you receive all benefits that you deserve. Note: We also handle SSD appeals for clients who cannot work for a year or more.
Contact us to schedule a no-obligation consultation and preliminary case review with our experienced national disability law lawyer. We maintain offices in Winston Salem and Charlotte for the convenience of our clients.