Veterans’ Benefits – An Overview
At Jan Dils, Attorneys at Law, we are veterans benefits lawyers and we are proud to help veterans and their families obtain the veterans benefits offered by a grateful nation. Our experienced disability attorneys for war veterans and benefits lawyers are confident in our ability to win approval of benefits for the clients we represent – so confident, in fact, that unless we deliver, we don’t get paid. A main focus of our law practice is obtaining disability benefits.
Veterans Benefits Lawyers
To schedule a consultation, call the disability benefits lawyers at Jan Dils, Attorneys at Law, toll-free at 1.877.Veteran (877.838.3726) or use our online contact form.
Have you experienced PTSD?
Are more than just financial concerns keeping you up at night?
Veterans who have engaged in intense and prolonged combat are at risk of developing post-traumatic stress disorder or PTSD. This anxiety disorder is known by various names including shell shock and battle fatigue and is now recognized as a serious and debilitating condition.
Are you eligible for IU?
What does IU Mean in VA Disability?
In the legal process of VA disability compensation, you may hear the term “IU”, which means Individual Unemployability. IU is a part of the VA’s disability compensation program that allows the VA to pay certain Veterans compensation at the 100% rate even though the VA has not rated their service-connected disability at the total level.
Military Sexual Trauma?
Did you know that a Veteran does not have to be service connected to receive treatment at a VA facility for MST?
There is still a stigma about MST even in 2015. One misconception is that only women get sexually assaulted or raped in service. Reporting the incident while serving will provide a lot of help in a MST claim. We understand the struggle most Veterans have when faced with reporting MST, and understand why this can be difficult.
Have you experienced TBI?
Traumatic brain injury occurs when the head suddenly hits an object, receives a blow, or when an object pierces the skull, causing brain damage. The symptoms of traumatic brain injury or TBI can be mild, moderate or severe, depending on the extent of the brain damage. Often TBIs are not immediately obvious.