Comerford Law Office helps the brave men and women who were injured in the line of duty apply for Veteran’s benefits in Oak Lawn, IL. The VA disability benefits lawyers at Comerford Law Office have helped thousands of Illinois veterans stabilize their finances by receiving benefits that they are entitled to by law. Those who are beginning the process of applying for VA benefits or have already had their benefits declined and are now starting the appeals process should call Comerford Law Office immediately and learn more about how we help veterans just like you get the benefits they are guaranteed when they agree to serve their country.
James R. Comerford is a veteran’s affairs attorney who is accredited and authorized to represent veterans who are trying to get disability benefits. As a member of the National Organization of Veteran’s Advocates (NOVA), his law firm has helped thousands of Illinois veterans receive disability benefits. No matter where you are in the application process, we can help ensure that your case file provides the VA with all the information it needs to render a positive decision on your case.
The VA makes a habit out of uniformly denying applications. The reason for this is that they want to protect the solvency of the fund that is established to help veterans. The reason they give for denying your application, generally, is that the application is not complete and does not prove either of the two elements required to receive benefits.
You must be able to show that you were injured in the line of duty and that this injury prevents you from sustaining gainful employment for the foreseeable future. Our law office can ensure that your case file has all the necessary evidence for approval.
In some cases, it does not take a medical expert to determine that someone is disabled, acquired that disability in the line of duty, and it impairs their ability to work. In other cases, it can be much more difficult to prove. For instance, veterans who suffer from PTSD, have psychiatric problems, traumatic brain injury, or other disabilities that are not easy to see can have a more difficult journey toward acquiring their benefits.
If your VA disability application is rejected, you should call Comerford Law Office today. We will go over your case file, get the necessary evidence from your doctors, and have vocational counselors provide testimony concerning your limited work capacity. In other words, we will help you produce an ironclad case file that proves your disability is real and occurred as a result of your service.
If your application has been denied or you have only begun the application process, call the attorneys at Comerford Law Office today to learn more about how we can help.