If you have a service-related injury, illness, or condition, or a preexisting condition worsened by service, you may qualify for disability compensation through the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
Injuries can and often do happen during military service. Some injuries or illnesses are minor with no lasting effects, while others have consequences impacting you and your family for the rest of your life. Many times injuries are not documented during your military service. Don’t let the VA use this as an excuse to deny you.
If you qualify, this monthly, tax-free payment is based on the number of dependent family members including spouse, children, and/or parents, and your VA disability rating.
To be considered for disability compensation, you must meet the following basic criteria:
Certain severe disabilities or conditions may be eligible for additional special monthly compensation (SMC).
At Rocky Mountain Disability Law Group, our disability claim experts can assist you with collecting the necessary information needed for your claim. If your initial claim was denied, we can assist in appealing your case before the VA.
If you believe you are entitled to compensation for your service-related health issues, contact us at the Rocky Mountain Disability Law Group. We will be your support so you can focus on your health.
Contact us today at 866-476-4558 or click "Schedule a Consultation Below". Someone from our team will reach out to you and provide you with the help you need.