Trust the VA Vigilante to Fight for Your Veterans’ Benefits
You’ve faced enough combat — let us battle the federal bureaucracy on your behalf
If you are paying a physical, mental and emotional price for having served your country, the Department of Veterans Affairs, or VA, is authorized, empowered and funded to provide help. But too often, the VA doesn’t provide the help you need. Your legitimate claim is denied or your appeal seems to have disappeared into a black hole. Where can you turn?
You can turn to attorney David Russotto, the VA Vigilante, who is committed to helping you get the justice you deserve. As an accredited Veterans Affairs attorney and former Navy JAG Corp Officer, Russotto realized that veterans needed a strong advocate when it came to battling the VA for their benefits — and he was more than up to the challenge. As a partner at Marcari, Russotto, Spencer & Balaban, Russotto established the VA Disability sector four years ago. It wasn’t long before his zealous advocacy earned him the nickname VA Vigilante, which he has proudly adopted. It is his belief that those who have already fought for our country shouldn’t also have to fight for the benefits they’re entitled to.
From JAG Corps to private practice, the VA Vigilante focuses on helping former service members
David Russotto began his legal career as defense counsel with the U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General's (JAG) Corps at Naval Base Norfolk. He then became a Trial Counsel and Legal Services attorney at Naval Air Station Oceana. After attending Staff Judge Advocate School, Russotto worked as staff judge advocate at FCTCLANT Dam Neck in Virginia Beach, where he provided legal advice to the base commander. He entered private practice in 1991 and helped found Marcari, Russotto, Spencer & Balaban, P.C. in 2000.
Fighting for the benefits veterans deserve
The VA Vigilante represents disabled veterans in their pursuit of benefits by taking up the fight for:
- Maximum compensation for service connected disabilities
- Fair disability ratings
- Total Disability Based on Individual Unemployability (TDIU)
- Dependency and Indemnity Compensation (DIC)
- Survivor benefits for children and spouses
- VA malpractice
He currently represents veterans and their families in claims for benefits related to:
- Agent Orange illnesses and birth defects
- Camp Lejeune illnesses
- Burn pit toxic exposure
- Gulf War Syndrome
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
- Traumatic brain injuries
If you’re a veteran and have received a denial of benefits or an unsatisfactory disability rating, it’s important to know you have the right to appeal. The VA Vigilante has the experience and determination to carry your fight forward. Battling for veterans’ rights is what David Russotto does proudly each and every day.
Contact the VA Vigilante today for a free consultation
The VA Vigilante represents veterans from across the country throughout every stage of the appeal process. You and your family pay nothing until your case is resolved and you receive your benefits. To schedule a free consultation with attorney David Russotto, call 866-866-VETS or contact our VA benefits law firm online.