Veterans Benefits - Pennsylvania Veterans Benefits Lawyer You Can Trust
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Disputes involving veterans' benefits can become very complicated. Whether you're dealing with a case involving post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or a denied veterans benefits application, you need an experienced law firm on your side, looking out for your interests. You need O'Malley & Langan. Call (866) 326-0100 today for a free consultation. Act promptly. A delay may affect your rights. We are available to answer your call 24/7.
With four offices conveniently located in Northeastern Pennsylvania and a team of experienced accident attorneys working tirelessly for veterans, O'Malley & Langan has a proven track record of success throughout the state. We win cases because we know the law and we understand our clients' needs. That's because we're from here, and we live here.
What types of veterans' benefits are available to Veterans and their families?
Veterans and their families may be eligible to receive the following benefits:
- Veterans' disability benefits
- Veterans' pension
- Veterans' education benefits
- Veterans' survivor benefits
- Veterans' medical treatment
- Veterans' life insurance
- Veterans' vocational rehabilitation
- Veterans' burial and memorial benefits
What are the common reasons why people apply for veterans' benefits?
Veterans might apply for benefits from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for a variety of reasons. A veteran with any of the following conditions may be eligible for benefits:
- Post traumatic stress disorder
- Traumatic brain injury
- Chemical exposure
- Injuries or illnesses incurred while serving in the military
- Pre-existing injuries or illnesses aggravated by military service
- Loss of arm or leg
Why are applications for veterans' benefits denied?
Veterans' benefits, particularly veterans' disability benefits, are awarded to veterans based on the severity of their illness or injury. This monthly tax-free benefit is awarded to veterans who are at least 10 percent disabled.
An application for veterans' disability benefits may be denied because the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has ruled that the veteran is not at least 10 percent disabled. Other reasons why an application might get rejected include the following:
- Incorrect or false information contained on application
- Inconsistent information on application
- Illegible handwriting on application
Case results matter. O'Malley & Langan law firm puts your needs first
We know that many veterans rely on these benefits to survive financially, which is why we work so hard on these cases throughout Northeastern Pennsylvania. We believe the men and women who proudly served our country deserve to be fairly compensated when they come home.
It's frustrating for families when applications for veterans' benefits are denied or delayed for weeks or months or even longer. You have bills you need to pay now. And your family needs your veterans' benefits to make ends meet. You may be worried and stressed about your future. Talk to us today. Let us shoulder the burden for you.
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Having an experienced Pennsylvania Veterans' benefits attorney on your side can make a dramatic difference in the outcome of your case. That's why it's critical you contact us. When you have an aggressive lawyer on your side, you can demand the compensation your rightfully deserve. You're in charge.
Winning court cases can be a challenge. Choosing your attorney should be simple. Discover what many people throughout Northeastern Pennsylvania already know. O'Malley & Langan vigorously investigates every case and does not rest until justice is served.
Call (866) 326-0100 and schedule a free case evaluation. Our offices are conveniently located in Scranton, Hazleton, Pittston and Towanda.
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