If you are on this page, it’s likely that you’ve already applied for and been denied VA compensation benefits, or been awarded benefits at a lower level than expected. However, even if you’ve never applied for benefits we hope that the information you find on our site will assist you in completing the initial VA application process more efficiently.

If you have been denied VA benefits, the experienced attorneys at VetLaw can help bring order to the process and assist you in determining what to do next. We welcome your call or e-mail to start the process of beginning your free case review. Allow us to hear your story and share with you how we can help you through all phases of the veteran disability claim and appeal process.

Filing a Claim For Veterans’ Disability Benefits

From the time of your intake phone call or in-person meeting with a member of VetLaw, we trust that you will feel and appreciate the personalized approach that is the hallmark of our law practice. We treat our clients like human beings, not case numbers. As we evaluate your case, we will alert you if you have other potential claims to make, such as personal injury claims, Social Security disability claims, or other claims for benefits. Our law firm is also prepared to handle those claims and coordinate with your veterans’ disability claim without undue duplication of efforts.

We believe in the value of the old-fashioned attorney-client relationship. We will take the time to explore and determine the best way to go forward with your case. If additional medical or vocational experts are needed to strengthen your claim or appeal, we can also assist you with reviewing available options.

Our Team Is Eager To Hear About Your Case!

Please fill out the form below, or give us a call, and we will get back to you as soon as possible. The more detail you can provide, the better we can determine if we can help you. (And even if we can’t take your case, we will do our best to offer other options, and point you in the best direction we can!)

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