We Represent Veterans Nationwide. Here Are Reviews From Just a Few Of Our Satisfied Clients:

La Cucaracha
La Cucaracha
June 14, 2022.
The team did a great job for me. They were patient, knowledgeable, courteous and effective!
Sweet Fire
Sweet Fire
June 9, 2022.
Honest, Professional and Successful! Trust and believe they will represent you with integrity.
Karisha Eure
Karisha Eure
March 24, 2022.
They are awesome didn't have to worry about anything
Sterling Edler
Sterling Edler
March 9, 2022.
I obtain Marcari, Risotto ,Spencer & Bailaban for a personal injury matter and I must say they were professional, courteous, and very experienced. They made me feel very comfortable that everything will be taken care of and it was and in a swift manner. I would definitely use them again in the future if needed.
chiquita finney
chiquita finney
February 4, 2022.
So far so good they have built a good report with me an very trustworthy and know they will fight for me I feel I chose the right lawfirm to handle my case Anne is awesome

Frequently Asked Questions

Our firm believes that Veterans, and their families, should be as informed as possible about the appeals process and their cases. We encourage all past and future clients to read the following list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ). 

Please do not hesitate to contact us for additional information, we’re proud to be here to help those who fought to protect us.

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How Much Does It Cost To Hire You?

One Of Our Most Frequently Asked Questions.
It does not cost you anything to hire our Veterans Benefits Law Firm as your attorneys. Our firm works on a contingency fee basis, which means you do not owe us anything unless we win you an award. Our firm charges 20%, which is deducted by the VA from your lump sum payment for retroactive benefits.
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How Long Will It Take For Me To Appeal My Benefits Denial?

While it can take six months or more for a Veteran to receive a decision on his or her initial benefits claim from the Department of Veterans Affairs, appeals could take 2 years of more. The Department of Veterans Affairs lacks the funding to properly staff and process benefits applications. The number of applications from recently returning Veterans must be dealt with while the Department of Veterans Affairs continues to actively work towards providing services to prior generations of Veterans.

How Do I Increase My Disability Rating?

One Of Our Most Frequently Asked Questions.
Great question! If the condition that you are actively receiving disability benefits for has now ultimately worsened over time, you can file an increased rating claim. It's fairly simple, and it involves filing out an online claim form or mailing a letter to your regional office documenting the change in your condition.

Can You Help Me If I Don't Live Near Any Of Your Office Locations?

We hear this a lot, and the answer is yes, we can! All communication with the VA is written; personal appearances are not required. Because we are accredited by the VA to handle appeals, we can do so anywhere in the country. Additionally, our clients do not need to visit our office. If additional doctors’ visits are necessary, clients can be seen close to their homes. So even if you don't live near one of our office locations, we'll always be there for you! 
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If I Pass Away, Can My Spouse Continue To Receive My VA Disability Payment?

One Of Our Most Frequently Asked Questions.
While we do wish that it was this easy for the surviving spouse of any Veteran that passes away, unfortunately, no, it's not the case. However, a surviving spouse may possibly be eligible for a death pension, which in itself is solely dependent on their income and/or Dependency Indemnity Compensation (DIC) benefits.

What Death Benefits Are Available To Survivors?

A Veteran's surviving spouse may qualify for Dependency Indemnity Compensation (DIC) benefits, if, one or more of the following statements is true: The cause of the Veteran’s death was due to their time spent in the service OR The Veteran’s death resulted from a non-service-related injury or disease and the Veteran was receiving, or was entitled to receive, VA Compensation for service-connected disability that was rated as totally disabling for at least ten years immediately before death OR The Veteran was receiving total disability benefits for at least five years following his or her release from active duty and immediately preceding death OR The Veteran was a former Prisoner of War (POW) who died after September 30th, 1999 and was receiving benefits for at least one year (365 days) prior to death.

What's The Difference Between Total Disability Based Upon Individual Unemployability (TDIU) & An Extra-Schedular Disability Rating?

A Veteran must meet two requirements under a TDIU claim to be eligible for a 100 percent disability rating: They must have a service-connected disability with a 60% or more disability rating, or two or more service-connected disabilities with a combined rating of 70% or more AND/OR Medical evidence of unemployability. On the other hand, an extra-schedular rating applies to Veterans who are unemployable, due to their service-connected disability or disabilities, but whose disability does not meet the percentage requirements for any of the two aforementioned scenarios.

Can I Receive VA Benefits and Social Security Benefits?

One Of Our Most Frequently Asked Questions.
We get asked this question a lot, and the answer is yes, but it's dependent on the situation. Social Security benefits can be made available, in some cases, to a disabled Veteran who is also actively receiving VA benefits. However, if a Veteran is currently receiving their VA pension, they're typically not also eligible for Social Security benefits.

Can I Work While Receiving VA Disability Benefits?

One Of Our Most Frequently Asked Questions.
Generally, yes, you can work while receiving VA disability benefits. However, you cannot work full-time and you cannot earn more than what's deemed to be a minimal amount if you receive individual unemployability benefits or have a 100% schedular rating.

If you encounter an uphill battle with the VA to obtain benefits that are rightfully yours, contact our Veterans Benefits Law Firm right away, our team is always available to talk to you, even if you cannot come to our offices.

There are no upfront charges, and you pay no fees, unless we win your claim for benefits. Because there is no requirement that your attorney live in your region or even in your state, you can leverage our knowledge and experience regardless of where you live or where your VA benefits claim was filed.

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All communication with the Department of Veterans Affairs can be conducted remotely; personal appearances are not required. 

Our law firm is accredited by the Department of Veterans Affairs to assist Veterans anywhere across the United States. 

Furthermore, our clients do not need to go to a physical location or visit an office to receive our help. If there are any medical visits that are applicable to your claim, you can be seen at a facility that is close to your home. So, no matter where you are, if you need help, we’re here to fight for you the same way that you bravely fought to protect us. 

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