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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Indiana Disability Legal Blog

Qualifying conditions for VA disability benefits

Veterans Affairs (VA) has a number of benefits and programs designed to help veterans with their transition back to civilian life. Many of these programs feature lifelong benefits designed to help you succeed over the long term. Veterans disability benefits is one...

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VA medical benefits expanded for toxic substance exposure

For veterans who were exposed to toxic substances in the course of duty, there are medical benefits available. The act, named The Sergeant First Class (SFC) Heath Robinson Honoring our Promise to Address Comprehensive Toxics, or PACT, provides for veterans and their...

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Housing grants for veterans with disability

VA offers several grants to veterans with service-connected disabilities to help them buy, refinance or improve their homes. This allows the veterans to live more independently and meet their medical needs. The VA grants can be confused with VA home loans, which are...

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Veteran compensation benefit vs. veteran pension benefit

The Indiana Department of Veterans Affairs offers various benefits to veterans and their families. These tax-free benefits can ease the financial burden for disabled veterans who are unable to work due to their disabilities or who require assistance with daily living...

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Veteran’s Disability Benefits

A disabled person is entitled to several Social Security benefits, particularly if they become disabled while working. Therefore, it is essential to understand the procedures and standards used by the Social Security Administration to determine eligibility for...

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7 Reasons the VA may deny your claim

The United States of Veteran Affairs (VA) may deny your claims for several different reasons. In fact, the VA denies up to 30% of the claims annually. It is therefore important to understand the reasons behind the denial of benefits. The VA does not provide feedback...

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