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In this article about VA disability lawyers and 100% ratings:
- A 100 percent VA Disability rating pays more than $3,332.06 a month.
- Here’s how our 100 percent VA Disability attorneys help disabled veterans:
- Our 100 percent VA Disability attorneys look for alternative ways to help.
- Frequently asked questions about 100 percent VA Disability ratings:
- How to apply for 100 percent VA Disability benefits.
- Our 100 percent VA Disability attorneys can help you appeal.
- Should I hire a 100 percent VA Disability attorney?
A 100 percent VA Disability rating pays more than $3,332.06 a month.
Veterans who obtain a 100 percent VA disability rating can receive more than $3,332.06 monthly from the Veterans Administration. Our 100 percent VA disability attorneys can help veterans receive the compensation they deserve from the VA. If you need assistance, give us a call. There is never a charge to call and ask questions to see if you are eligible.
Many veterans don’t realize that the difference between a 90 percent VA disability rating and a 100 percent VA disability rating is more than $1,000 a month. If you have a 90 percent VA disability rating, you may want to consider appealing to obtain a 100 percent VA disability rating. Just do this if you are really eligible for a 100 percent VA disability rating.
Here’s how our 100 percent VA Disability attorneys help disabled veterans:
We don’t take ‘no’ for an answer. The Veterans Administration is a big bureaucracy and they make a lot of mistakes. Too many veterans give up because the VA benefits system is so complex. Hiring a lawyer can simplify the entire process.
Our lawyers file appeals. If your VA disability benefits are denied, our VA benefits appeal attorneys can help. Woods & Woods has filed thousands of appeals with the Veterans Administration. Our lawyers have an in-depth knowledge of VA law and how the VA system works.
We work with experts to win. We often hire experts and doctors outside the VA system to work on your case. Why would you want VA doctors when the VA is the one denying you benefits? Our 100 percent VA disability attorneys work with a lot of doctors, psychologists, and vocational experts to prove many VA disability claims.
Our lawyers only charge if we win. The 100 percent VA disability attorneys at Woods & Woods only charge if we win your VA benefits claim. If you do not obtain VA disability benefits, you do not have to pay our lawyers.
Our 100 percent VA Disability attorneys look for alternative ways to help.
If for some reason your mental and physical impairments cannot equal a 100 percent VA disability rating, our attorneys may explore the option of Total Disability Individual Unemployability (TDIU) benefits. If you are having trouble getting or keeping employment because of service-connected mental and physical impairments, TDIU benefits may be for you. The TDIU VA disability lawyers at Woods & Woods look for TDIU eligibility in every veteran’s case. TDIU benefits and a 100 percent VA disability rating pay the same.
Frequently asked questions about 100 percent VA Disability ratings:
How much does 100% of VA Disability pay monthly? Currently, a disabled veteran who obtains 100 VA Disability is eligible to receive $3,332.06 a month. If you are approved for 100 VA Disability, you may also receive back pay. This is a lump sum check of owed benefits.
Are there benefits for dependents? Yes. The Veterans Administration offers disabled veterans extra monthly compensation for dependent children and parents. VA Aid and Attendance Veterans’ Disability Benefits may also be available to your spouse if they take care of you. Some veterans with college-age children may also receive compensation from the Veterans Administration.
Who is eligible for 100 VA Disability pay? The general rule is that if you have a service-connected disability, you are eligible for VA Disability Benefits. However, the Veterans Administration has thousands of regulations that can govern your claim. We highly suggest you speak with a Veterans Disability Benefits Lawyer to find out if you are eligible. There is never a cost to talk to Woods & Woods law firm about your eligibility.
How does the VA determine whether I have a 100% VA Disability? Basically, the Veterans Administration is going to look at the severity of your mental and physical conditions and give them a VA Disability rating. Then the Veterans Administration is going to total up all your ratings and give you a final rating. However, please note that you must look at the combined rating table to determine if your final VA Disability rating – a 10% and a 10% doesn’t equal 20%.
What if I can’t work or have accommodations at work? Not sure if you can reach a 100 VA Disability rating? If your service-connected conditions prevent you from keeping or obtaining meaningful employment, you might be eligible for TDIU Benefits. These are VA Disability benefits designed for veterans with employment issues.
How to apply for 100 percent VA Disability benefits.
Gather up all your medical evidence. The key to obtaining 100 VA Disability is to have medical evidence to prove you are entitled. We can’t stress enough how important it is to have medical documentation of your impairments. If you are not currently being treated by a doctor and do not have medical documentation, you are less likely to receive 100 percent Veterans Benefits. The Veterans Administration will accept VA doctors’ and non-VA doctors’ reports and files.
Don’t miss deadlines and fill out paperwork accurately. The Veterans Administration has tons of deadlines and veterans feel buried by the amount of paperwork. Make sure you make all the deadlines or your claim can be dead in the water. However, know that if you miss a deadline, you can start the process from the beginning. There is no limit to how many times you can apply for 100 VA Disability.
Get qualified assistance when applying. We highly suggest you discuss your claim with a law firm before filing. Remember, Woods & Woods does not charge for help with the application process. Applying for VA Benefits is much more complicated than more disabled veterans realize when they begin the process.
Our 100 percent VA Disability attorneys can help you appeal.
Veterans who are denied 100 VA Disability Benefits have the option to appeal. You only have one year from the date the decision was made to appeal. The appeals process gets complicated fast – it is important to get legal representation. At Woods & Woods, when you hire us for your appeal, our team of doctors, lawyers, case managers, case analysts, and support staff go to work for you. Our legal team often works with psychologists and vocational experts to help veterans get the medical documents they need to win their appeal.
Should I hire a 100 percent VA Disability attorney?
You only pay if you win. Woods & Woods veterans disability lawyers only get a fee if you obtain VA Disability Benefits on your appeal. If your appeal is not successful, you don’t owe us a penny. Our fee is a percentage of your backpay – nothing will be taken from your future payments.
We will take over your claim. After hiring Woods & Woods VA Disability lawyers, the VA has to deal with us. You won’t have to talk to the VA Disability personnel, we will. We will take over all communication with the VA.
Anyone can get a free 100 VA Disability Claim Evaluation. Learn about your legal rights as a veteran for free. You can ask us all the questions you want about obtaining a 100 VA Disability rating.
Woods and Woods has helped thousands of veterans with their VA disability applications and appeals. Call us today to discuss your VA disability appeal or your first application. The call is free and we won’t charge you a single fee until we win your case.
All of our attorneys are VA-certified. Call us and join the thousands of veterans we have helped to receive the VA disability benefits they deserve.
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