VA disability payments can be hard to get and the process is confusing. Woods and Woods helps veterans and their families through the application process for free. We never charge a penny unless we win your appeal. For your free legal consultation on VA disability payments, please fill out the online contact form or call toll-free (888) 959-9908.
How Do You Get VA Disability Payments?
To receive VA disability payments, you must have a service-connected disability. Veterans must have also been active duty and cannot have received a dishonorable discharge. Widows and children of veterans who died from a service-connected impairment may also be eligible for VA disability payments.
What Can You Receive In Monthly Compensation For VA Disability Payments?
Some veterans are receiving over $2,800 a month is VA disability payments. There are also monthly VA disability payments for veterans with dependent children and parents. Many veterans who file a VA disability claim find that they have years of missing back pay. This mean you could potentially have years of missing benefits and you didn’t even know it.
How Does The Veterans Administration Determine My VA Disability Payment?
The Veterans Administration will consider your impairments and will give you a rating from 0% to 100%. Your disability rating will be based on the how bad your impairments are. The Veterans Administration will take all your impairments and give your a combined rating. A combined rating does not necessarily mean a 10% and a 20% VA disability rating will equal 30%. The combined ratings table will determine what your impairments are together.
What If My VA Disability Rating Is Wrong?
Often the VA incorrectly rates veterans disabilities. You do not have to accept the VA’s initial decision on your disability rating. You have the option to appeal your VA disability rating if it is too low or if you are denied VA disability payments. The VA does a poor job of rating veterans disabilities. Appeals can be hard to prove and we highly suggest you contact a veterans disability attorney to help you through the difficult VA appeal process.
Can I Afford a VA Disability Payment Attorney?
Yes! Woods and Woods never charges a penny unless we win your VA disability payment appeal. We never bill by the hour or charge for a phone call. Woods and Woods will never ask for money upfront. Our fee is a percentage of your back pay and case expenses. We will never touch your future benefits.
Help With Your VA Disability Payment
Woods and Woods was founded in 1985. Since then we have successfully represented thousands of injured people and their families. In 2013 alone, over 18,000 veterans and their families reached out to Woods and Woods for help with their VA disability payments.
For your free legal consultation on VA disability payments, please fill out the online contact form or call toll-free (888) 959-9908.