Our VA disability lawyers help veterans in Alabama.
Woods & Woods helps clients all over Alabama, including: Birmingham, Montgomery, Mobile, Huntsville, Tuscaloosa, Hoover, Dothan, Decatur, Auburn, and Madison. We are a nationwide VA disability law firm based out of Indiana, but we help veterans in all 50 U.S. states and even U.S. territories. No matter where you live, our VA disability lawyers can help.
What conditions are eligible for Alabama veterans benefits?
There are lots of mental and physical impairments that are eligible for Alabama veterans benefits. As a general rule, if your impairment is related to your military service it may be considered service-connected. Here are some of the most common impairments eligible for Alabama veterans benefits:
- Bipolar Disorder Veterans Benefits
- Cancer Veterans Benefits
- Depression Veterans Benefits
- Diabetes Veterans Benefits
- Fibromyalgia Claims
- Heart Disease Claims
- Major Depressive Disorder
- Mental Conditions
- Mesothelioma Veterans Benefits
- Physical Conditions
- PTSD Veterans Benefits
- Schizophrenia Claims
- Sleep Apnea Benefits
- Sleep Disorder Claims
- Traumatic Brain Injuries
What case types does Woods & Woods VA disability lawyers help with?
Our VA disability lawyers are experienced and know how to get veterans the benefits they deserve. Our law firm has represented thousands of disabled veterans against the Veterans Administration. Here are some of the most common types of Alabama veterans benefits claims we help with:
- Individual Unemployability
- Individual Unemployability Denials
- 100 Percent Veterans Benefits Claims
- Agent Orange
- VA Benefits Appeals
- Clear and Unmistakable Error (CUE) Claims
- Military Sexual Trauma Claims
- VA Claims With Lost Records
- Dependency and Indemnity Compensation Claims
- DIC Benefits
- VA Unemployability Benefits
- VA Disability Payments
Read these frequently asked questions about Alabama veterans benefits.
Who can receive Alabama veterans benefits? Veterans in Alabama that wish to receive veterans benefits must not have a dishonorable discharge. You must have mental or physical impairments that are related to your time in the service. If you have been denied Alabama veterans benefits before, you can re-apply or appeal. There is no limit to how many times you can appeal or apply for veterans benefits in Alabama.
Are these benefits through the state or federal government? VA disability benefits are through the federal government – specifically the Veterans Administration. These benefits are available to veterans no matter where they live – even if outside of Alabama.
How much do Alabama veterans benefits pay? Alabama veterans benefits can pay more than $3,332.06 monthly. While many veterans refer to them as “Alabama veterans benefits” these benefits actually come from the federal government through the Veterans Administration. Some veterans receive more than $3,332.06 a month. There are also VA Benefits for veterans with disabled children and parents.
Who can help with my Alabama veterans benefits? Veterans in Alabama who need help with their veterans benefits can call Woods & Woods. Our VA disability law firm helps veterans in every state and even the U.S. territories. Our lawyers can help Alabama veterans obtain VA disability benefits.
What does a VA disability lawyer do for my claim? If you hire our veterans benefits lawyers, we take care of all the communication with the Veterans Administration. We gather all the evidence and present your case to the Veterans Administration. Our veterans benefits lawyers handle the appeals. We take care of all the Veterans Administration’s paperwork and make sure we meet all the deadlines. Let us deal with the VA – you focus on your health.
One of our VA disability lawyers talks about what we do when we appeal your case to the VA.
Cancer has been linked to toxic exposure at Anniston Army Depot.
Groundwater and soil contamination has been found at the Anniston Army Depot in Alabama. Because of these findings, the Anniston Army Depot is considered a superfund site and considered toxic. Superfund is the federal government’s program to clean up the nation’s uncontrolled hazardous waste sites. These contaminations found at this site can cause potential health risks in anyone who comes in contact with them.
Read More: Cancer Risk From Anniston Army Depot
We can help with Fort McClellan groundwater contamination claims.
Recently there has been a lot of talk about Monsanto and the groundwater contamination in Anniston, Alabama and Fort McClellan. What many veterans don’t know is their illnesses may not be from Monsanto groundwater contamination, but from toxins at Fort Mac. The Veterans Administration offers benefits because Fort McClellan also contaminated the groundwater. For decades at Fort Mac, the military spilled Agent Orange, Agent Blue, VX nerve gas, mustard gas, and radioactive materials into the groundwater. This water was used daily by veterans on base for cooking, cleaning, showering, and drinking. Tens of thousands of veterans unknowingly ingested these toxins that have cause serious illnesses.
Talk to a VA disability lawyer about your Alabama veterans benefits for free.
If you wish to receive your Alabama veterans benefits, give our lawyers a call. Woods & Woods is a nationwide veterans disability benefits law firm. Our veterans disability benefits lawyers only charge if you win your VA Benefits. There is never a cost to call and find out if you are eligible for veterans disability benefits. Our lawyers offer free legal consultations to anyone who needs help. You can ask us all the questions you would like to know. Talk to us for free by filling out the contact form or by calling: (866) 232-5777.