Veterans Disability Benefits Law

 veterans disability benefits claims

Why choose RMDLG to handle your Veterans Disability Benefits Claim?

At Rocky Mountain Disability Law Group, we are dedicated to serving our Veterans in their quest to obtain Veterans Disability benefits.  We start by helping you obtain a service-connected impairment rating before the Veterans’ Administration (VA). With the increase of our men and women in the Armed Forces returning from combat with injuries and medical conditions, including Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), we are determined to help our Veterans secure the Veterans disability benefits they have earned through serving our country. A soldier with an aggravation of a pre-existing condition can also be eligible for Veterans disability benefits through the VA.

If you have a combat or service-related physical or psychological impairment you may be entitled to disability benefits through the VA. Rocky Mountain Disability Law Group co-founder, Joseph A. Whitcomb, is a former NCO in the United States Army and US Air Force, who fought the VA for his own service-connected rating and is proud to help his fellow Veterans receive the proper benefits they have earned through their service.

The attorneys at RMDLG will take your case from the moment you get a decision from the Veterans Administration with which you disagree. You may be denied service connection or the Veterans Administration (VA) may offer you a lower rating than you were expecting for a service connected impairment.  In either case, we can help. Rocky Mountain Disability Law Group can represent you before a Decision Review Officer (DRO), the Board of Veterans’ Appeals (BVA), or the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans’ Claims (CAVC). We also have an office in Atlanta, GA, with attorneys ready to help.

The first thing we will do is file a “notice of disagreement” to put the VA on notice that we are planning to fight their determination.  Then we will begin reviewing your entire VA file to determine what evidence might be  missing.  Once we determined that your file is complete, we will get your case ready for the Board of Veterans Appeals.  We will represent you in your BVA hearing and, if necessary, file an appeal with the US Court of Appeals for Veterans’ Claims.  In the end, we will fight for you until you get your veterans disability benefits or until we believe we have exhausted every legal remedy on your behalf.  Call RMDLG today for a free consultation and remember, there is no fee unless and until we win for you.

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RMDLG is Passionate About Veterans’ Benefits Law

We are dedicated to serving our Veterans in their request for Veterans’ benefits, including service-connected impairment ratings before the Veterans’ Administration (VA). With the increase of our men and women in the Armed Forces returning from combat with injuries and medical conditions, including Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), we are determined to help our Veterans secure the veterans’ benefits they have earned through serving our country. A soldier with an aggravation of a pre-existing condition can also be eligible for disability benefits through the VA.

If you have a combat or service-related physical or psychological impairment you may be entitled to Veterans’ benefits through the VA. Rocky Mountain Disability Law Group co-founder, Joseph A. Whitcomb, is a former Sergeant in the United States Army who fought the VA for his own Veterans’ benefits and is proud to help his fellow Veterans receive the proper benefits they have earned through their service.

Whether your case is at the Regional OfficeBoard of Veterans Appeals, or the US Court of Appeals for Veterans’ Claims, the attorneys at Rocky Mountain Disability Law Group can help you. Check out our pages on appellate advocacy to learn more about the specific services we provide.  From the minute you call RMDLG, we will go to work helping you obtain your Veterans’ benefits.  If you have not already applied for Veterans’ benefits, we can get you started down that path.  If you’ve applied and been denied Veterans’ benefits, then we will help you file your notice of disagreement and eventually respond to the VA’s “statement of the case.”  This will get your Veterans’ benefits claim on its way to the Board of Veterans’ Appeals (BVA).  If the BVA still denies your Veterans’ benefits claim, we can help you appeal to the Court of Appeals for Veterans’ Claims.  It is important to remember that if you hire RMDLG to represent you in your claim, we do not charge a fee unless and until we win your Veterans’ benefits claim.

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