November 4th, 2014|
Thousands of former members of our nation’s armed forces are in need of financial and medical disability benefits. Yet, many wait years—or even decades—for the care and support they so desperately need.
To help citizens of Alabama get the veterans disability benefits, one organization known as Assisted Senior Benefits will soon be holding a seminar to help elderly veterans get the benefits they are entitled to. Reports indicate the seminar will take place on Monday, Nov. 10, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at Country Place Senior Living of Winfield and on Tuesday, Nov. 11, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at Country Place Senior Living of Hamilton.
According to an article from Al.com, volunteers will help elderly veterans complete the paperwork and documentation that’s needed to apply for veterans benefits. Experts say veterans may qualify for as much as $2,000 a month in payments.
Those who are interested in attending one of the events is encouraged to reserve a spot. This can be achieved by calling (205) 487-1180 to attend the Winfield event or by dialing (205) 921-0083 to sign up for the Hamilton event.
At Norris Injury Lawyers, our Birmingham personal injury lawyers understand the struggles that can accompany filing for veterans disability benefits. That’s why we encourage any veterans struggling to receive benefits to consider attending this upcoming event.
May 13th, 2014|
Every day, more soldiers return from service suffering from injuries and health conditions that leave them unable to return to work. While there are programs available to help these veterans get back on their feet, getting information about these resources can often be difficult. That’s why Norris Injury Lawyers would like to point out an upcoming event that will feature discussions on topics like Alabama veterans’ benefits and job opportunities.
The event will begin on Thursday, May 15, and will continue through Saturday, May 17, at Morgan County American Legion Post 15 in Decatur, Alabama. According to al.com, not only will a large number of companies looking to hire veterans be on hand, but also the State Service Officer will be available to answer any questions veterans have regarding services and benefits.
The event will kick off at 10 a.m. each morning and will continue into the afternoons.
Our team of Birmingham personal injury attorneys at Norris Injury Lawyers understands the struggles that can come with a service-related injury or health condition. We’re that hopeful former and current military personnel are able to get the help they need at this upcoming event. If you’re an injured veteran, feel free to give us a call at (888) 318-4245 to discuss your legal rights and options. We’re here to help.