There are currently over 23 million veterans living throughout the nation, many of which suffer from diseases or injuries sustained during their active service. Sadly, many of them are either unaware or unable to make a claim to receive benefits available to them. Eligibility to make a claim is primarily based on discharge status from active military service—so long as you were not dishonorably discharged, you are eligible to receive benefits.
At Harbison & Kavanagh, our experienced attorneys have assisted numerous clients with claiming veteran benefits for everything from medical expenses to disability and pensions. We have an intimate familiarity with social security and disability laws, allowing us to provide you with top-rated representation and legal advice. Our firm has earned numerous honors for our dedication to our clients, including recognition by Super Lawyers and being named in the “Best Lawyers in America” list by US News & World Report in 2015.
Call Harbison & Kavanagh at (804) 823-2050 to request a free consultation for your veterans’ benefits case today.
Veterans are eligible number of benefits to help better their lives after they have finished serving our country. At Harbison & Kavanagh, we may be able to help you file the appropriate claims and represent you in hearings to help you obtain the compensation you need to help better your life.
One of the most important benefits for any veteran is the ability to see a doctor while having their care be affordable, especially for those who have been seriously injured as a result of their service. Our team can help you secure the medical care you need while ensuring the cost to you is as low as possible.
For those who have been permanently injured or had a pre-existing condition aggravated by their service, our team will work hard on your behalf to earn you compensation for your injuries, disabilities and more. These tax-free benefits can help you receive treatment you need to live with your conditions developed as a result of your service.
Veterans who have received permanent and total disabilities from their service may be eligible to receive financial support so long as their service was for longer than 90 days and at least one of which was during a period of war. If you were discharged in any fashion other than dishonorable, our team may be able to help you receive monetary support.
If you have questions about any of these programs for Virginia veterans, contact Harbison & Kavanagh today and secure our legal representation.