Post-traumatic stress disorder is a terrible burden to a multitude of veterans who endured the horror of combat. At Marcari, Russotto, Spencer & Balaban, we desperately want our injured warriors to receive the medical care they deserve. If you have a problem claiming your disability benefits for PTSD, we will fight to deliver the best results possible. With more than 100 years of combined legal experience, our lawyers know VA regulations and procedures, and we’re determined to find a way forward with your claim.
PTSD results from a complex combination of causes: heredity, biology and exposure to trauma, either in a single severe episode or in the aggregate from childhood onward. A person does not have to go to war to acquire PTSD, and everyone who engages in combat is not similarly affected. But the rigors of battle make PTSD much more likely.
Symptoms of PTSD include:
If you or someone you love is experiencing these warning signs, seek qualified medical assistance immediately. Use our site to get started in your search for VA benefits, or for information on VA benefits appeals. You can also access these useful links. But the most important thing is to consult a knowledgeable benefits attorney.
PTSD is now a widely-recognized medical condition. Veterans of the Iraq War and the war in Afghanistan should be able to get an accurate diagnosis and treatment, although, due to the mismanagement of the VA, that often takes great persistence. However, a silent crisis is building among older veterans who never got a proper diagnosis of PTSD. Many older veterans may just now be feeling the weight of their wartime experience. For these vets, retirement gives them more time to reflect, which opens the door to troubling memories. The infirmities of age may make them more susceptible to PTSD symptoms. Some may retreat into alcohol or drug use as a coping mechanism. At Marcari, Russotto, Spencer & Balaban, we want to reach out to these vets and let them know they are entitled to benefits even later in life.
If you or a veteran you love suffers from PTSD and has been denied VA benefits, a veterans PTSD attorney at Marcari, Russotto, Spencer & Balaban can help. Wherever you are across the country, we can put our knowledge and experience to work for you on this life and death issue. When you retain our legal service, you pay no fees unless we win your claim for benefits. Call us today at 866-866-VETS or contact us online.
Thank to Mr. Spencer I was able to get my VA disability claim re-reviewed and given another chance to receive disability. By far he is one of the most professional lawyers I have ever dealt with. So Veterans if you are looking for help with your VA disability claim I would suggest that you hire Macari, Russotto, Spencer, & Balaban. Thanks again for everything.
— Alfred Daye
As a disabled veteran trying to navigate the complexities of the Veterans Administrations regulations, I turned to the law firm of Marcari, Russotto, Spencer and Balaban. They helped me understand what I needed to do and prepared and presented to the VA an excellent presentation of my case. I recommend them for your legal needs.
— Harry Johnson
I was very satisfied with the excellent and professional manner the law firm handled my claim. I highly recommend any veteran who needs help with his or her claim to use Marcari, Russotto, Spencer & Balaban P.C. Special thanks to Mr Spencer for being very professional and courteous during the appeal process. Again Thanks to the entire firm for a job well done!
— Luther Henderson
My husband & I highly recommend this law form to any veteran trying to navigate the endless red tape of the VA. We turned to Marcari, Russotto, Spencer & Balaban to handle my husband's appeal and could not have been happier. We enjoyed open and consistent communication regarding our case. Any questions we had were answered immediately.
— Michele DeZayas
Amanda Medina-Morales was our point of contact and she kept us up to date on the progress of our case. It was a pleasure and relief knowing that someone truly competent and professional was handling this and fighting for us.
— Michele DeZayas