After serving, many veterans find themselves with injuries and impairments that persist even after signing their DD-214. The Department of Veterans Affairs provides monthly compensation to service-connected, injured veterans. In theory, this process should be smooth and painless. Our Arizona VA benefits attorneys know that in reality, it is anything but that. Veterans find themselves being wrongfully denied benefits, under-rated for their disabilities, or otherwise stuck in limbo waiting for the VA to fulfill their promise of caring for veterans. If you are a veteran who was stationed at Luke AFB, Davis-Monthan AFB, Yuma Proving Grounds or Fort Huachuca, and you’ve been wrongfully denied benefits, Stone Rose Law can help. Call our Arizona VA disability benefits lawyer at (480) 498-8998 today. You can also check out our VA disability calculator here.
An honorably discharged veteran with disabilities stemming from their service is eligible for VA compensation. Common disabilities include:
Other eligible areas for compensation include things like Special Monthly Compensation for conditions like erectile dysfunction or female sexual arousal disorder. Most people also don’t know that as their service-connected conditions worsen, they are eligible for additional compensation! Learn whether or not you are eligible for VA compensation by speaking with an Arizona military lawyer at Stone Rose Law.
VA claims for disability compensation frequently go off the rails. It is often due to a mistake on the behalf of the VA – they overlooked exam reports or just misrated conditions. Oftentimes, the VA will fight over whether an injury is really “service-connected” and deny service connection (and thus, disability compensation for that injury). Claims also get overlooked, deferred, or ignored. Because of this, it is important to retain the services of a qualified Arizona VA benefits lawyer as soon as your claim goes wrong.
If you have been denied disability compensation or feel as if your rating is too low, there are plenty of options! The experienced and dedicated Arizona VA benefits attorneys at Stone Rose Law are ready to fight on your behalf and get the disability compensation you deserve! Our lawyers are accredited by the Department of Veterans Affairs and admitted to practice before the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.
At Stone Rose Law, our primary objective is to obtain good results for our clients. If you have never filed for VA disability compensation, our VA disability benefits lawyers will assist you in preparing your claim for free. We will monitor your claim status and consult with you prior to any disability examinations for free. If you receive any denials, we will pursue any necessary appeals on a contingent 20% fee of any backpay owed by the VA. You pay us nothing unless we win!
If you are seeking an increase of VA benefits, we will conduct a comprehensive and thorough review of your records and help with your claim for free. If, during our review, we identify any errors or erroneous denials, we will pursue any necessary appeals on a contingent 20% fee of any backpay owed by the VA. You pay us nothing unless we win!
If you have been denied VA benefits, we will conduct a detailed review of your records for free. Our Arizona VA benefits attorneys will pursue any necessary appeals on a contingent 20% fee of any backpay owed by the VA. You pay us nothing unless we win!
The best part? The 20% fee gets paid directly to us by the VA out of your past-due benefits – and it does not apply to future monthly benefits. Stone Rose Law is happy to provide elite representation for veterans with no out of pocket cost to them.
Schedule your free initial consultation today! The dedicated and skilled VA disability benefits lawyers at Stone Rose Law are eager to assist you with your VA disability benefits issues so that you receive the compensation you’ve earned! Contact Stone Rose Law online or call our law office for a free initial consultation at (480) 498-8998.
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