Category Veterans Benefits
Veterans benefits is an area of law that this very unique.
As a veterans benefits and disability attorney, the idea behind these blog postings is to inspire a conversation with military veterans and their families seeking help.
Thus, I hope you enjoy my postings.
Veterans Benefits: Types of Issues
Benefits for military veterans are constantly changing. Likewise, the needs of a veteran change too. For some military vets, they need help with their employment status. Others need help with a disability ratings and pensions.
Below, please find discussions about appeals, effective dates, notices, funeral services, increased ratings, and applicable VA Forms just to name a few.
Also, you will find topics regarding an appeal to a Regional Office, BVA and the Veteran’s Appeals Court.
Other Veterans Benefit Issues
As most veterans are aware, rights and benefits are overwhelming. As a Veteran myself, using military language comes easy. Sometimes, this can be helpful in the application process or finding a specific form for assistance.
I am very grateful to those offering comments and sharing these posts with other people.
Otherwise, if a veteran or their family needs help with an issue or matter, please contact this law office for one-on-one attention.
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When Health Problems Impact Your Appeal Hearing
Health problems that even so slightly impair our ability to communicate or think clearly are burdensome to an appeal. On one hand, you want to bring a strong case. On the other, you are having difficulties describing the facts because…
A Business Partnership Might Be Bad for a Veteran Owned Biz
A business partnership is a fun phrase to use when you want to engage another person or entity. On the other hand, using this term incorrectly or failing to address the terms of a partnership can have a detrimental impact…
Doubt and Veterans Claims: Is There a 50:50 Chance of Winning?
The benefit of doubt rule favors Veterans and their claims for benefits. If you are unfamiliar, here is the rule: When there is an approximate balance of positive and negative evidence regarding any issue material to the determination of a…
14 BVA Responses To Your Denied Appeal
BVA responses are tricky. When considering a potential response to a denial, I like the idea of looking for errors. Here are a handful of common errors Veterans can use to reverse their denied claim: BVA failed at identifying the…