Veterans' Service-Connected Disability Compensation
What is VA Disability Compensation?
Service-connected disability compensation benefits provided by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) are monthly payments made to Veterans and their families for disabilities related to events or injuries suffered while in service. These benefits help Veterans cope with the physical, mental, and emotional injuries they sustained while serving their country.
Helping Veterans Get the Compensation They Deserve
Obtaining fair disability payments can be a challenge. Veterans sometimes have their claims wrongfully denied and other times are awarded less compensation than they should receive. Further, certain disabilities may not surface until several years following discharge. Veterans who file for disability compensation may receive a rating based on the severity of one or more disabilities. Having an experienced advocate on your side in the fight for disability compensation is the key to insuring that you get what you deserve.
Why AWKO Is the Firm for Veterans
Our firm employs over three dozen Veterans representing all branches of the military and are available to review the facts related to your injuries. We know that seeking VA disability benefits can be a convoluted process, and we are here to support you every step of the way.
We have partnerships with the best subject matter experts in the field to assist on new or renewed VA Disability applications. We can assist you in compiling evidence and medical documentation, completing and submitting your application, and challenging any adverse rulings issued by the VA.
AWKO & the Fight for Veterans
If you or a loved one is a Military Veteran whose service-related disabilities are currently not being compensated by the VA, you may qualify for compensation. Additionally, if you have injuries that have developed since you initially received compensation, you may be entitled to additional compensation. Contact us now for a free consultation. Our team of experienced attorneys can assist you in obtaining the benefits you deserve.