Yes, under special circumstances. An attorney at our firm can provide further clarification regarding your claim.
You should collect relevant information regarding your injury and your time in military service, including service medical information, current medical records, statements from your buddies in the service, and military awards you have received.
You should select a lawyer who has extensive experience handling veterans disability claims. The lawyers at the Berry Law are accredited to practice veterans disability law in all states and territories. We can represent you at all stages of the appeal process, without your need to meet with us in person. If your presence is required at a hearing this can often be done by teleconference.
This depends on several factors. Each state and territory has its own veterans disability claims office, and turnaround time can vary significantly. Complex or disputed claims may take years to resolve. Our attorneys work to resolve claims quickly by presenting the best argument and supporting evidence at the earliest possibility.
We charge 30 percent of the back benefits you will receive, and nothing for future benefits. You will owe an attorney fee only if we obtain benefits for you.