Veterans Benefits Attorneys Appeal Claim Denials
Skilled lawyers fight for vets across the country to access what they've earned
Veterans benefits are the means by which a grateful nation fulfills the duty expressed by President Lincoln “to bind up the nation's wounds, to care for him who shall have borne the battle and for his widow and his orphan." Yet, a cost-conscious and impersonal bureaucracy often denies applicants access to the compensation and assistance they are entitled to. Nixon Disability Law advocates on behalf of veterans throughout the United States whose benefits applications are denied or delayed by the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Diligent advocates assist with a range of benefits and services
At Nixon Disability Law, our attorneys represent veterans across the country who seek just decisions on such matters as:
- Appeals to the Board of Corrections for Military Records (BCMR)
- Burial services
- Education assistance
- Health benefits
- Home loans
- Life insurance
- Service-connected disabilities
- Survivor benefits
- Pensions for non-service disabilities
- Post 9/11 GI Bill benefits
- Treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Our attorneys work with veterans to get them the treatment and benefits they have earned. We are proud to serve those who have served this country.
Knowledgeable lawyers assist with VA applications
To receive your VA benefits, you must submit a claim to the Department of Veterans Affairs. The VA then decides how much, if any, compensation or assistance you may receive. If you are not satisfied with the VA’s decision, you must submit a Notice of Disagreement. This begins what can be a lengthy, involved appeal process. But don’t be discouraged; appeals have become as much a part of the system as the initial application. And, at this stage, you can retain professional counsel.
Responsive attorneys guide you through appeals
The Veterans Benefits, Health Care and Information Technology Act of 2006 allows veterans who've applied for benefits to retain legal representation after they send in a Notice of Disagreement. Since the laws governing veterans affairs are lengthy and complex, having a trained lawyer guide you through your appeal process can greatly improve your chances for approval. We can help you compile a comprehensive and compelling case file and represent you at your hearing before the Board of Veterans' Appeals. If necessary, we’ll even carry your appeal to the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.
Contact determined Arizona attorneys fighting for veterans benefits
At Nixon Disability Law, we help veterans throughout the United States in their applications and appeals for the military benefits and services they've earned. To schedule a free consultation, call 833-200-8264 or contact us online.