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Veterans’ Disability

Category: Veterans’ Disability

Why Are Veterans Disability Claims Denied?

by Keith | April 17th, 2018

When you or your loved one signed up to serve your country, you never imagined that you would be denied the benefits you deserve. But it’s a reality for countless veterans every day across America—even when their conditions make them eligible for benefits. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is strict when it comes to […]

How an Attorney Can Help You Get Veterans Disability

by Keith | August 15th, 2017

At Norris Injury Lawyers, we’re dedicated to fighting for the rights of people who served our country and suffered injuries during their service. Veterans are supposed to be eligible for benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), but their claims are often reduced or denied. When veterans attempt to appeal the decision, they may […]

Veterans’ Disability Benefits Should Be Automatic

by Keith | March 7th, 2017

Our armed forces provide security and peace of mind for all Americans. They defend our freedom around the world, putting their lives in danger along the way. The very least we can do for our servicemen and women is support them once their duty to our country is over, especially if that duty resulted in a disability. Veterans’ […]

How to Get a Free Veterans Disability Evaluation

by Keith | November 8th, 2016

We’d wager most Americans are thankful that the most controversial election in recent history is finally wrapping up. Despite the constant attacks aimed at both sides of the ticket, this election has served as a constant reminder that Americans have rights that many in the world do not. One of those rights is the right to free speech, […]

Our Disabled Veterans Deserve Better

by Keith | August 23rd, 2016

There is no greater sacrifice than giving one’s life for their country. They should be honored and remembered long after the battle is won. The same is true for those who were injured in the course of their service. They deserve the gratitude of their communities and the support of their government for the rest […]

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