Do you feel like the VA is not giving you what you deserve? It might be time to talk to a veterans disability benefits lawyer. Woods and Woods is a nationwide law firm that serves veterans across the United States, including Texas. For decades, we have successfully represented thousands upon thousands of disabled veterans. If you need help, reach out to us by clicking the button below. There is never a fee for a VA claim evaluation.
Why Choose Woods & Woods VA Disability Lawyers?
You Only Pay if We Win
We know most disabled veterans can’t afford to pay a lawyer upfront and that’s okay at Woods & Woods. Clients never pay a penny unless their VA claim is won. Payment is a percentage of back pay and case expenses at the end of the VA claim.
All attorneys at Woods and Woods are accredited by the VA. Our lawyers are an amazing mix of people who have dedicated their lives to representing veterans. They teach at national seminars, teach other lawyers VA law, and help disabled veterans whenever they can.
We’ve Helped Thousands
Woods and Woods VA disability lawyers have successfully represented thousands of disabled veterans and their families against the VA. We know how to overturn bad VA decisions that resulted in denials and low-ratings. Experience matters.
Fighting for Vets Since 1985
Woods and Woods was founded in 1985. Since then, we have developed incredible case strategies and processes that have helped thousands of veterans get the benefits they deserve. Our staff of almost 90 people solely work for disabled veterans and their families.
How Our VA Benefits Lawyers Help Disabled Veterans in Texas
Veterans Disability Application
Woods and Woods never charges for help with your VA disability application. This is a free service our VA disability lawyers offer to veterans in Texas. We are proud to have helped thousands of veterans obtain ratings at zero cost. Read more about VA applications here.
VA Disability Appeals
The VA disability lawyers at Woods and Woods have successfully filed thousands of appeals against the VA. Our VA disability lawyers have helped many clients from the great state of Texas that were wrongly denied their benefits. The veterans disability benefits lawyers at Woods and Woods only charge a fee if your appeal is won. We never ask for money upfront. Learn more about VA disability rating appeals here.
CAVC Disability Appeals
If you were denied at the Board of Veterans Appeals (BVA), we may be able to help. The U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (CAVC) is the next level after the BVA. Read more about the CAVC here.
Common Types of VA Claims For Disabled Veterans in Texas
Our VA disability lawyers help Texas veterans with lots of different types of claims. Below are some of the most common VA disability claim types that veterans from Texas call our law firm about daily. If you don’t see the type of claim you have below, please still reach out to us for help.
Types of Appeals
Mental Condition Claims
Our VA Disability Lawyers Help Veterans Across Texas
It doesn’t matter where you live in Texas, we can help. Woods and Woods is a nationwide law firm that can help veterans anywhere. You don’t have to come into our office – our entire system is built to help veterans and allow them to go about their daily lives. We will communicate everything to you by phone, mail, and email. You won’t have to appear at a hearing or waste your time driving into downtown to visit a lawyer.
We represent clients in these Texas cities and more:
- Houston, Texas
- San Antonio, Texas
- Dallas, Texas
- Austin, Texas
- Fort Worth, Texas
- El Paso, Texas
- Arlington, Texas
- Corpus Christi, Texas
- Plano, Texas
- Laredo, Texas
- Lubbock, Texas
- Garland, Texas
- Irving, Texas
- Amarillo, Texas
- Grand Prairie, Texas
- Brownsville, Texas
- McKinney, Texas
- Frisco, Texas
- Pasadena, Texas
- Mesquite, Texas
FAQ: VA Disability Benefits for Texas Veterans
The VA will compensate any service-connected mental or physical condition. The VA will also compensate veterans for secondary service connected conditions.
You can find this on your most recent Rating Decision. If the VA finds your service-connected disabilities will not improve, you may receive a Permanent and Total rating.
The highest PTSD rating a veteran can receive is a 100% rating. Veterans that receive a 100% rating can earn well over $2,900 a month from the VA.
The easiest way to apply is to contact Woods and Woods. This law firm can help you apply for VA disability benefits for free.
Military veterans can apply right after service. Military veterans can also file for VA disability compensation years later. There are no time limits to file a veterans disability benefits claim.