Disability Benefits Available to U.S. Veterans
Veterans who served in the U.S. armed forces are eligible for disability benefits based on several strict requirements. U.S. Veterans who have tried on their own to obtain disability benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) know only too well how difficult the process can be. There are very few required deadlines within which the VA must act on your claim — with the result that thousands of Veterans are left hanging for years while their applications for VA benefits wait for a decision.
Help from experienced VA benefits attorneys can make the VA benefits application process go much more smoothly, and can give you a must better chance of success. Let us take the worry from your shoulders and manage your claim for VA benefits — you will be treated with the compassion and respect you deserve, and your VA benefits claim will receive the attention it deserves.
Jan Dils, Attorneys at Law
Offices in Parkersburg, Charleston, Logan, Huntington and Beckley, West Virginia – and Charlotte, NC.
1.877.526.3457 | E-Mail
At the law firm of Jan Dils, Attorneys at Law, our lawyers have years of experience helping U.S. Veterans with their applications for service-connected disability benefits. We have helped hundreds of Veterans get access to the VA benefits they deserve — through our careful attention to their claims and our refusal to take “no” for an answer.
We will handle all the necessary paperwork, gather all medical records, file any necessary appeals, and represent you every step of the way, including at any hearings that may be required.
At Jan Dils, Attorneys at Law, our attorneys are members of the National Organization of Veterans’ Advocates. Furthermore, our attorneys are all accredited by the federal government to handle veterans’ benefits cases.
Basic Requirements to Qualify for VA Disability Benefits
To qualify for VA disability benefits, the Veteran must:
- Have a current medically diagnosed disability;
- Have had a disease, injury or event while serving in the military; and
- The current disability must be related to the disease, injury or event from the Veteran’s service time.
This last requirement is called the “service connection” and it is often the most difficult aspect of qualifying for VA disability benefits. Proving the service connection is especially difficult when there are other possible explanations for the Veteran’s medical condition, when the Veteran’s military service occurred long ago, and when the Veteran’s medical condition is different from the injury or event that occurred during service.
Don’t Risk Losing Your Veterans’ Benefits — Call Jan Dils, Attorneys at Law
You may learn additional general information about VA disability claims on the following pages of this Web site:
- Types of Disabilities
- The VA Appeals Process
- VA Benefits Information Center
- Frequently Asked Questions: Veterans’ Benefits
- Attorneys’ Fees in SSDI and VA Cases
- VA Benefits Information Center
However, if you have specific questions about your specific circumstances and qualifying for Veterans’ disability benefits, contact our office as soon as possible. We can schedule a consultation over the telephone or in any of our five West Virginia offices — in Parkersburg, Charleston, Logan, Huntington or Beckley – and Charlotte, NC.
To make an appointment, call toll free, 1.877.526.3457, or send us an e-mail.