Veterans Disability Benefits Lawyer
Thousands of veterans benefits claims are filed every year, but unfortunately the government often rejects or denies these claims, even when the family needs and deserves those benefits. When a veterans benefits claim is reduced, denied, or ignored, it hurts not only veterans, but also their families and loved ones.
According to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), more than 23 million living veterans and 37 million dependents of living veterans and survivors of deceased veterans combine to make up almost 20 percent of the entire U.S. population.
You should never feel alone when you’re applying for veterans benefits. At Daniel Stark, we work hard to make sure our clients are treated fairly. Let our Texas veterans disability attorneys work hard for you so you can get your life back to normal—simply call us at (800) 474-1233 or fill out a free initial consultation form.
Service-Related Health Problems
Sadly, many of our country’s fighting men and women suffer from a wide range of physical and mental health problems. Traumatic brain injuries, severe burns, spinal cord injuries, exposure to toxic chemicals, and severe lacerations are but a few of the many conditions veterans experience.
Other health problems can include:
- Gulf War syndrome,
- post-traumatic stress disorder,
- and many other illnesses.
Thousands of veterans file claims every year only to have the government reject or deny the claims, even when the family needs and deserves those benefits.
Can I get veterans benefits and Social Security Disability at the same time?
You may be eligible for veterans benefits even if you are receiving Social Security or if you are still working. The VA is complicated and the process, paperwork, and waiting time involved in filing a veterans compensation claim is frustrating. It is important to us that injured veterans and their families get the money they need.
Veterans disability benefits are different from Social Security Disability claims. Filing for these benefits can be complicated to do alone. Having a veterans disability lawyer on your side can help you get the money you need—the money you deserve—for your injuries.
What do I do now?
Contact the veterans disability benefits lawyers at Daniel Stark immediately for a free initial consultation about your case. With three offices to serve you, we are your Texas veterans disability lawyers.
We have offices in Bryan/College Station, Waco, and Austin, so we can help you wherever you’re located, including outlying areas such as Austin, Bastrop, Bellmead, Belton, Brenham, Bryan, Caldwell, College Station, Georgetown, Harker Heights, Hearne, Killeen, Madisonville, McGregor, Navasota, Pflugerville, Rockdale, Round Rock, Temple, and Waco. If you can’t come to us, we will come to you!