The United States Government asks young men and young women to enlist in the armed forces to defend our country against foreign threats and fight on foreign soil. When we do so, we guarantee that if they are injured in the line of duty, and this injury prevents them from working.
We will support them financially for their sacrifice. Yet many former soldiers find the process of applying difficult and confusing. When they receive denial letters, it is not necessarily clear why their application was denied nor what they would need to prove that they are entitled to those benefits. A Lake County, IL VA Disability Lawyer can help.
The Comerford Law Office is proud to represent America’s veterans. We help disabled veterans build their case files, get the evidence they need, and then collect their benefits so that they can live securely without worrying about how they will work. Below, we will discuss this process in more detail.
Those who have lost limbs or are now paralyzed do not have to go out of their way to prove that their disability exists. If the injury occurred in the line of duty, then two of the three elements they need to prove are gift-wrapped for them. It is easy, then, to show that this disability prevents or impairs gainful employment. But other disabilities are much more difficult to prove. These include:
If you suffer from any of the above or dozens of other conditions that may require subjective testimony to prove, the attorneys at The Comerford Law Office can help you prepare your case file. Call today to schedule a free consultation.