FAQ: Colorado Veterans Benefits
How can I find out if I’m eligible for Colorado Veterans Benefits? The easiest way to find out if you are eligible for VA Disability Benefits is to call Woods & Woods. For free, we can help you figure out if you are eligible. We can also tell you how to apply and give you tips on applying.
What if I was previously denied Colorado Veterans Benefits? The Veterans Administration denies a lot of veterans’ claims in Colorado. But don’t worry, a denial is not the end of the road for your claim. Colorado veterans who were denied have the option to appeal. Our lawyers can also help with appeals. Woods & Woods has filed thousands of appeals with the Veterans Administration.
Should I hire a lawyer for my Colorado Veterans Benefits claim? We highly suggest you hire a VA Disability Lawyer. Veterans Disability Benefits can be much harder to obtain than many veterans realize. VA law is very complicated and it even takes lawyers years to learn it. If you think the VA Disability Benefits process looks easy, you may not be understanding everything you have to do to obtain benefits.
Aren’t Veterans Service Officers free? Most VSOs are free and you get what you pay for. VSOs usually don’t have the money to hire experts to get evidence of your service-connected disabilities. Woods & Woods often hires doctors, psychologists, and vocational experts to win VA Disability Benefits claims. Your lawyer went to law school and is a licensed attorney, while VSOs do not need any formal training on law.
How much can I receive in Colorado Veterans Benefits? Some disabled veterans in Colorado are getting over $3,400 a month from the Veterans Administration. You can also receive money for dependent children and parents. When many veterans win their VA Disability Benefits claim, they are also owed backpay. That is the money you should have been receiving all along. Some veterans are owed years of backpay and it ends up being thousands of dollars.
What kind of conditions are accepted for Colorado Veterans Benefits? Any mental or physical condition that is related to your time in the service may be eligible for compensation. Many Colorado veterans do not realize their secondary impairments can also be service-connected. Our lawyers regularly hire doctors to review clients’ claims to write reports on how all the mental and physical conditions are related.
Get Help With Your Colorado Veterans Benefits
Since 1985, Woods & Woods has been fighting for injured and disabled people. Our staff is highly trained and very knowledgeable. Woods & Woods’ lawyers are innovative and come up with creative case strategies that help clients win their VA Disability Benefits. If you need help with your Colorado Veterans Benefits, give us a call. We have legal professionals standing by 24/7 to help.