At Brown & Crouppen, we believe that our veterans are entitled to fair treatment by the Department of Veterans Affairs. Sadly, such fair treatment is not always the case.
Far too often, veterans can find that their disability claims are denied; in some cases, they may be reluctant to file a claim at all.
Our veterans disability lawyers will fight for your right to get the compensation you deserve. The team at Brown & Crouppen helps veterans all across the country, meaning that no matter where you live, we can be there for you.
You May Qualify for Veterans Disability
You may qualify for veterans disability benefits if:
- You have a current medical problem or psychological condition.
- You believe it might be connected to something that happened during your active duty service: an event, an injury, an illness, or an exposure.
If this was your experience, we might be able to help.
What are the Benefits of Veterans Disability?
Generally, the amount of basic benefits ranges from $123 to $2,673 per month, depending on specific circumstances. This may be supplemented by additional benefits if:
- you have suffered from a severe disability
- you have lost a limb
- you have a spouse, children, or other dependents
- you have a severely disabled spouse
- you are unable to work
Get the Care and Help You Need with Your Veterans Disability Benefits
For more than 40 years, the personal injury lawyers at Brown & Crouppen have been helping disabled veterans get the justice and benefits they deserve. We have a team of attorneys that handle Veterans and Social Security disability cases. We know that the veterans disability process can be overwhelming. Let us help you get the legal advice you need. We’ve helped many veterans just like you with legal representation for their disability cases.
It all Starts with A Free Consultation from the Team at Brown & Crouppen
Getting started is easy. You can call us at 800-536-4357 for a free consultation, or tell us about your case with our Free Case Review form. And remember, there’s no upfront cost to you — if you don’t get paid, we don’t get paid.