Veterans Disability Lawyers in North Carolina
Helping Clients Recover Veterans Disability Compensation
Military service members put their lives on the line for our country—and
many sustain life-changing injuries and health conditions in doing so.
While veterans with disabilities often qualify for compensation from the
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), the road to obtaining this compensation
can be long and winding.
If you plan to file for veterans disability benefits, you do not have to
go at it alone. A VA disability lawyer will work to expedite the process
and get you the benefits you deserve.
How Lanier Law Group, P.A. Can Help
Here at Lanier Law Group, P.A., we support and care about our veterans.
We have veteran service members on our staff and attorneys who are ready
to fight for your disability compensation from the VA. If you have applied
for benefits and been denied, we will assist you through the appeals process.
Unfortunately, the VA can deny claims over something as simple as using
the wrong form. Our lawyers can assist in the organization of your claim,
as well as help you navigate any pitfalls to get you the disability compensation
that you need. We have helped myriad veterans collect the disability benefits
to which they are entitled, and we want to help you, too.
Contact Lanier Law Group, P.A. online for a free consultation with a VA disability lawyer in North Carolina.
Qualifying for Veterans Disability Benefits
Veterans disability benefits is one of the many programs operated by the
VA to support veterans upon their return to civilian life. In any VA case
for disability compensation, you must show that you have been discharged
in conditions other than dishonorable. Next, you must show that you have
a disability or impairment that was aggravated or caused during service.
Then, you must have medical records and other evidence that support a
finding for disability.
A few common injuries and health conditions that qualify for VA disability
- Scar tissue
- Hearing loss
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Loss of range of motion
- Cancers from toxic exposure
- Respiratory/breathing problems
- Chronic back pain that resulted in a back disability
not a complete list. To find out if your disability qualifies you for benefits,
reach out to a VA disability attorney.
Start with a Free Consultation
At Lanier Law Group, P.A., our trusted attorneys genuinely care about helping
veterans exercise their legal rights. We will not allow the VA to deny
you the benefits to which you are entitled, especially after you have
sacrificed so much for our country.
To better serve you, we have 10 convenient office locations in
Speak with a VA disability attorney today—call our North Carolina firm at