Veterans Disability Benefits Lawyers
Experienced Counsel, Aggressive Representation
We aggressively seek financial compensation and medical benefits for veterans injured during military service. From combat wounds or training injuries to post-traumatic stress or chemical exposure, we welcome veterans from all branches of service. For a free consultation and review of your claims for VA disability benefits, please call the Berry Law Firm at (855) 278-7414 or contact us online. VA claim cases are taken on a contingency fee basis. If we accept your case, you will pay no fee to us unless we recover benefits for you.
The Berry Law Firm represents veterans of every branch of the U.S. armed forces, including the National Guard and Reserves. Our practice in veterans disability law includes representation through the claims and appeals process for VA disability benefits. We represent veterans at VA regional offices throughout the United States, and before the Board of Veterans’ Appeals and the United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (USCAVC). Our experienced attorneys pursue physical and mental disability claims, including PTSD, traumatic brain injuries, spinal injuries, gunshot wounds, hearing loss, heart disease, and Gulf War Syndrome.We also assist with claims for total disability based on individual unemployability (TDIU) from service-related conditions.
Veterans Serving Veterans
Firm founder John S. Berry Sr. is a Vietnam War veteran who earned the Bronze Star. Managing partner John S. Berry Jr. served as a company commander in Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom and a platoon leader during Operation Joint Forge in Bosnia. We understand what it means to serve our nation in a time of war. We have experienced firsthand the sacrifices that veterans make. To speak with one of our team members, please call (855) 278-7414 today. Your consultation is free.
Schedule an Appointment
If the VA has denied your disability claim within the past year, please schedule a date and time for a free consultation over the phone.
When you receive VA letters, make sure to contact your representatives. The VA does not always send rating decisions to your attorney.
The Presumption of Soundness rule means veterans are assumed to have been in sound condition when examined, accepted, and enrolled for service.