Why Do I Need an Attorney?
If you are a veteran, you know how the government works (or doesn’t). You may think your experience working for the government has prepared you for appealing your denial of VA benefits.
The decision to hire an attorney is all yours. But here is what the nationwide VA benefits attorneys at Marcari, Russotto, Spencer & Balaban know from experience:
- Appealing a claim denial takes a lot of time and energy and may be beyond what a disabled vet or his family can manage
- It is difficult for an inexperienced individual to match the experience and resources of the VA
- A great many factors — including a complete assessment of your injuries, financial situation and ability to work — must be assessed in order to obtain appropriate benefits
- The potential for a successful appeal greatly increases for veterans who are represented by an experienced VA benefits attorney
You do not have to go through this long, frustrating process alone, wondering if you have done everything right.
We have been through this before. Our lawyers know what to expect and how to handle every question and curveball the VA throws at us.
We deal directly with the VA's regional offices around the country, the Board of Veterans Appeals and the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (Veterans Court), so you do not have to. When necessary, we pursue appeals all the way to the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
Let us stand up for you
You know that you will face an enormous amount of red tape to obtain benefits that are rightfully yours. Let us cut through it. Contact Marcari, Russotto, Spencer & Balaban Someone is always available to talk to you, even if you cannot come to our offices.
There are no up-front charges. 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 is filed.