One of the most difficult challenges a disabled Veteran faces when returning home is determining how they’ll provide for themselves and their family. You have bills to pay and shouldn’t have to suffer for the rest of your life because of a disability you sustained while serving our country. If your service in the military left you with long-term physical or mental health issues, applying for disability benefits through the VA is an excellent means to obtain the money needed to live and provide for your family. Unfortunately, applying for veterans disability benefits or appealing a claim, like most government programs, can be complicated and time-consuming to handle on your own.
When applications for veterans benefits are denied or delayed, it may be very discouraging. Unfortunately, with so many rules and regulations, any minor error can lead to a denial. At Henson Fuerst, we can assist you at any step in getting the disability benefits you need. Whether you’re just getting started or have been attempting to collect benefits for years, working with a veteran’s disability lawyer provides you a better chance of getting the financial security you need.
You Fought for Our Country. You Shouldn’t Have to Fight with The VA.
All too frequently, troops that return home with a disability related to their service are met with difficulties when applying for VA benefits. Small mistakes such as not giving enough documentation, missing a deadline, or failing to receive a medical evaluation can cause the VA to deny your claim. Claims for veterans are often denied, appealed, or remanded and can take months or even years for benefits to arrive. When you’re dealing with major health challenges of your own or those of a loved one, the last thing you need to deal with is a complex process of applying for benefits alone. That’s why we’re here to help.
We’ll Make the VA Do What’s Right by You.
You put your life on the line to serve our great nation. As a disabled veteran, you are entitled to certain rights when you return to civilian life. Affordable medical services and disability benefits for service-connected disabilities are among these rights. At Henson Fuerst, helping veterans is more than just a job for us. For over 45 years, we’ve been assisting veterans just like you get the benefits they need.
We are committed to assisting veterans at all stages of the VA disability process. Our team of certified paralegals, registered nurses, legal assistants, and North Carolina veterans disability lawyers will gather all evidence and medical records to determine the best course of action to get you benefits. In addition, we’ll be there for you throughout the duration of your case to address any questions, issues, or problems you may have. We consider it an honor to serve those who have fought to safeguard our freedom.