Are you a disabled Iraq War veteran? Do you need help applying for benefits or appealing a denial or low-rating? Talk to our Iraq War Veterans Disability Benefits Lawyers for free. Find out if you’re eligible at no cost. Learn your legal rights as a veteran. For help, please call toll-free at (866) 232-5777 or just fill out the free VA claim evaluation form.
The VA offers Iraq War Veterans Disability Benefits that pay over $2,900 a month.
Many Iraq War veterans have returned home and now have mental or physical impairments. There are Veterans Disability Benefits available to Iraq War veterans. Woods & Woods Iraq War Veterans Disability Benefits Lawyers never charge a penny unless we win your claim.
The Iraq War is still fresh in our hearts, especially for those like you who served during that time. It was a brutal war where you experienced things civilians couldn’t even begin to imagine. The Iraq War lasted eight years and we will never forget those eight years. Most of us just experienced this war through reports on the television but thousands of veterans experienced this war first-hand. You may still be struggling with depression, anxiety, PTSD, and other physical and mental issues due to you time served in the Iraq War.
Iraq veterans what were injured by IED, EFP, RPG, IRAM, and combat related injuries may have compensation due to them. Talk to our lawyers about filing an IED/EFP roadside bomb injury lawsuit. According to USA Today, IEDs/EFPs were responsible for somewhere between more than half to two-thirds of Americans killed or wounded in Iraq. The Iraq War Fund lawsuit is completely separate from your VA Disability claim.
Many Iraq War veterans were exposed to toxins at burn pits.
Some people have referred to burn pit smoke toxins as “the new Agent Orange.” There are many risks to a person’s health when being exposed to these smoke toxins. Burn pits have operated widely at military sites in Iraq and Afghanistan. Our Iraq War Veterans Disability Benefits Lawyers have worked with many veterans who have medical conditions that may be from burn pits.
Iraq War Veterans Disability Benefits are available for many different conditions.
Any mental condition or physical condition that started or was worsened by your time in the service may be eligible for Iraq War Veterans Disability Benefits. Your injuries didn’t have to occur in Iraq to obtain Iraq War Veterans Disability Benefits. If you served active-duty and were injured while on base in the U.S., you might also be eligible for Iraq War Veterans Disability Benefits. Here are a few of the most common conditions Iraq War veterans are suffering from:
- Irritable Bowl Syndrome (IBS)
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Sleep Disorders
- Sleep Apnea
I have an anxiety disorder, does that qualify me for PTSD Benefits?
Possibly. Many veterans are incorrectly diagnosed. Many veterans have been denied for anxiety disorders but later win a PTSD Benefits claim. Many veterans with anxiety or PTSD related disorders are incorrectly diagnosed. For free, you can call Woods and Woods to see if you have a possible PTSD Benefits claim.We have worked with thousands of veterans with PTSD. We know the VA Disability system and how to get veterans the benefits they deserve.
Can I afford an Iraq War Veterans Disability Benefits Lawyer?
Woods and Woods Iraq War Veterans Disability Benefits Lawyers never charge a penny unless we win your claim. Our fee is a percentage of your backpay and case expenses. If you lose your Iraq War Veterans Disability Benefits claim, you owe us nothing. Woods and Woods Veterans Disability Benefits Lawyers never bills by the hour or asks for money upfront. We never charge for a phone call.
Talk to our Iraq War Veterans Disability Benefits Lawyers for free.
Woods and Woods has teams of lawyers, doctors, paralegals, psychologists, and case managers ready to help you win your Iraq War Veterans Disability Benefits claim. We were founded in 1985 to fight for injured and disabled people. Our VA Disability Lawyers have represented thousands of disabled veterans against the VA. For your free legal consultation about veterans benefits, please fill out the online contact form or call toll-free (866) 232-5777.