Some veterans are receiving over $2,900 a month.
If you were denied or rated too low, then appeal successfully, you could receive over $2,900 a month from the Veterans Administration. Veterans with dependent children and parents can receive extra monthly compensation from the Veterans Administration. Many veterans that can’t work will be eligible for Total Disability Individual Unemployability (TDIU) benefits.
Lots of veterans that win their appeals are owed back pay. This is the money you should have been receiving in VA disability benefits. This money will be sent in a lump sum check from the Veterans Administration. Your effective date will determine when you should have started receiving VA disability payments.
Too many veterans must file VA benefits appeals because of VA mistakes.
The Veterans Administration regularly makes mistakes and incorrectly denies veterans their VA Disability benefits. Many times the Veterans Administration gives veterans a rating that is too low for their severe disabilities. Filing an appeal with the Veterans Administration can be hard. VA Disability law is a very complicated and complex area of law. If you were wrongly denied, our veterans benefits lawyers can fight for you. This is a tough time in your life and our lawyers will be dedicated to helping you through this.
Receiving a denial from the Veterans Administration can be a terrible shock to many veterans and their families. After serving our country, the VA has denied your disability benefits and you don’t know what to do next. While lots of veterans win their VA benefits appeals, it is not an easy process. VA law is very complex and more complicated than most veterans realize. You should consider hiring our VA benefits appeal lawyers.
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If you need help appealing, hire an experiences veterans disability lawyer. If you hire Woods and Woods VA benefits appeals lawyers, we will handle all the communication with the Veterans Administration. Our VA benefits appeals lawyers will work with your doctors to help prove you mental or physical impairments are service-connected. On many clients’ claims, we hire psychologists and vocational experts. The better your evidence, the more likely you are to win your VA appeal.