We ask young men and women from all over the country to join the service and fight for us on foreign soil. When we do so, we guarantee that certain benefits will be available to them and their families if they suffered permanent injuries in the line of duty.
But applying for these benefits is complex and most often, confusing. Veterans who attempt to apply themselves are met with confusing denials of their claims and left scratching their heads as to what evidence they need to provide to ensure that their benefits are granted. A Cook County Veterans benefits attorney can help.
James Comerford is a board-certified and accredited VA disability attorney. The Comerford Law Office fights for veterans every day and ensures that they get the benefits they were promised when they joined the military.
Those who have had a limb amputated or suffered a near-total disability generally do not have to worry about how to prove their case and get their benefits. A question will still remain as to what kind of work they can do and whether or not their injury prevents them from working at all, but you obviously do not have to prove that the injury exists because it is obvious. Other disabilities are not like that. These cases become much harder to prove. Examples include:
The above list is not exhaustive. Veterans are wrongfully denied benefits every day. If you have been denied or need help with the application process, call the Comerford Law Office today to schedule a free consultation.
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