Because of the nature of our disability practice, many of our clients have existing health challenges.

With an abundance of caution during the corona-virus pandemic, our law firm is conducting all business via phone.

If you believe you need to meet with an attorney, please call and confirm before coming to our office. In order to protect our staff, we don’t want them to be exposed to unnecessary walk-ins.

Our attorneys and administrative staff will continue to work to meet your needs.

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PTSD Research Progresses At U.S. Veterans Affairs

PTSD Research Progresses At U.S. Veterans Affairs

It’s no secret that the awareness and treatment of PTSD has failed to keep pace with the use of soldiers on the battlefield. The 21st century has the dubious claim of making the most coordinated efforts so far to address this disparity, and Veterans Affairs is on the...

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4 Veterans benefits that you should know

U.S veterans are eligible for numerous benefits, but the most well-known are education and basic health care. While these programs provide valuable assistance, there are additional ways that veterans may receive help. Veterans must manage different disabilities, and...

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Is there more than one type of VA disability claim?

  When a veteran first applies for disability benefits, that is called their "original claim." For some veterans, this will be the only disability claim that they make. Their service-related condition will not change, and their benefits will remain the same. ...

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Eligibility for benefits as a former prisoner of war

Eligibility for benefits as a former prisoner of war

  Over 500,000 Americans since the American Revolution have been captured and interned as a prisoner of war (POW). If you are a former POW, you may wonder what benefits you are eligible for from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). Former POWs may...

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