Arkansas Veterans Disability Attorneys
Been denied by the VA? Feeling discouraged? We can help. A denial from the VA does not mean that your claim for Veterans’ Disability benefits is not valid. Thousands of veterans are denied each year. Persistence is the key to winning your case.
Know the facts
If you served your country well, you have earned certain benefits, including the right to receive compensation and medical care for any disabling medical condition that was incurred or aggravated while you were in service. Unfortunately, the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) is unbending in how it applies federal law that governs a veteran’s right to compensation. If your disability claim does not contain the exact evidence VA requires, you will be denied benefits. Fortunately, a recent change in a VA law allows veterans to retain an attorney once the VA appeals process has been initiated; that is, once a veteran has filed a Notice of Disagreement (NOD) at the local VARO.
Put us to work for you
Veterans who handle their own VA benefits appeals without legal representation are at a great disadvantage because VA laws and regulations are complex and constantly changing. Let the Veteran Disability Attorneys at the law offices of Nolan Caddell Reynolds analyze your claim history and determine the best and most efficient way to going about getting you the benefits you deserve.