Veterans Disability Claims
Curious About What VA Benefits You Might Be Eligible For?
If you suffered injuries while serving your nation, you deserve to be supported by the country that you sacrificed so much for. But what kinds of VA benefits are there? And how do you know which ones you qualify for?
Fortunately, you don’t have to find the answers to these questions alone. We have years of experience guiding clients just like you through the claims process to find the resources that are rightfully due to you.
Our Expertise Is Your Success
As your veterans disability lawyer, we make it our job to ensure that you can find the maximum benefits for your total claim. This means evaluating your case to form a custom-tailored strategy that gets you access to every aspect of the benefits you are entitled to.
If you are looking to file a claim, working with an attorney can give you the peace of mind that comes with knowing your application will have the best chance of approval.
Was Your VA Disability Claim Denied?
Veterans disability benefits are an essential resource for countless men and women across America. Unfortunately, veterans’ disability claims are complicated – and filing alone can result in roadblocks that leave you feeling frustrated and pessimistic.
But it doesn’t have to be this way.
Our Firm In Ocala, Florida Will Fight For Your Right To Benefits
Without a veterans disability claim lawyer to help you through the filing process, it’s easy to come up against challenges that seem insurmountable. But the truth is, many disability claims are denied for superficial reasons like:
- Unknowingly Filing The Wrong Form
- Not Showing Enough Medical Evidence
- Unclear Deadlines and Long Waiting Periods
- Disputes About Your Disability Rating
- Not Having A C&P Examination From A VA Doctor
- And More…
Many veterans think that there’s nothing left to do after their claim has been denied. When, in reality, you have up to a year to file an appeal – but there’s no time to wait.
The appeals process can be lengthy, and you’ll need to file a Notice of Disagreement (NOD) right away to make sure you don’t lose out on getting a second chance at the approval you deserve.
Find The Support You Need By Calling CJ Henry Law Firm Today
Whether you’re looking for help with filing, or you are ready to work with an advocate who will fight for you – Attorney Claudeth Henry is here to help.
We are proud to serve clients across Ocala, FL, and the greater Marion County area as a top veterans disability law firm. With our years of experience and dedication to service, you can rest assured that our firm will meet you with thoughtful insight and compassion at each step of the way.
If you feel confident that our services are the right match for you, please don’t hesitate to contact us and request a free initial consultation by calling (352) 577-7746 or visiting our client contact page here.