There have been multiple rulings over the last couple of years that have changed what the Veterans Administration is willing to compensate veterans, making it difficult for Veterans to receive the benefits they deserve. The Florida veteran’s benefits attorneys at Brooks Law Group help veterans and widows of veterans receive VA Benefits.

Over the last few years, the VA has added several impairments that Veterans may receive compensation for. Many conditions that were previously denied may now be accepted:

  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Ischemic Heart Disease
  • Diabetes
  • Cancer
  • Hairy–Cell Leukemia
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Multiple Agent Orange Illnesses
  • and many more

Many Veterans feel that they are already receiving the maximum benefits available. – THIS MAY NOT BE THE CASE

Many Veterans are missing years of benefits back pay that they were not aware of. Veterans may also be eligible for benefits even if they are working or were previously denied.

Widows who lost a Veteran to a service-connected impairment may also be eligible for benefits, even if they were previously denied.

If you would like to pursue your VA Benefits case, contact the veterans benefits at Brooks Law Group for a free consultation. The call is free, and there is no cost until Brooks Law Group wins your case.

Not sure if you are eligible for VA benefits? Contact us anyway! Brooks Law Group is willing to help any and all Veterans and widows of Veterans.

You served the United States of America; now, let us serve you!

Call for your FREE Consultation at 1-800-LAW-3030 (800-529-3030).