Types of Disabilities
Proving the VA Service Connection for Various Disabilities
In any claim for disability benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), the most important piece of the puzzle is proving the “service connection.”
To qualify for VA disability benefits, the veteran must prove that his or her current medical disability is connected to an injury, medical condition or event that occurred during military service.
In many cases, proving the service connection is the most difficult part of achieving a successful application for VA disability benefits.
Jan Dils, Attorneys at Law
Offices in Parkersburg, Charleston, Logan, Huntington and Beckley, West Virginia – and Charlotte, NC.
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At the law firm of Jan Dils, Attorneys at Law, our well-known motto is, “We don’t take ‘no’ for an answer.” We fight tirelessly on behalf of our clients who are applicants for VA disability benefits. Our lawyers have the experience to understand how best to build a strong VA disability benefits case for our clients, and we know how to use medical records and independent medical examinations to show the VA how our client’s disabilities are connected to his or her military service.
Our attorneys have years of experience filing applications and fighting for VA benefits for veterans with a wide range of disabilities, including:
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Agent Orange, mustard gas and herbicide exposure
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Radiation exposure
- Knee injuries
If you or a loved one suffers any of these disabilities and is applying for VA disability benefits, get early legal assistance to make sure the veteran’s claim for benefits goes as smoothly as possible.
No Attorneys’ Fees Unless Your Claim Is Successful
At Jan Dils, Attorneys at Law, we do not require up-front payment of attorneys’ fees from our clients. We only get paid a percentage of our client’s eventual award of disability benefits. If we do not win our client’s case, then we do not receive any attorneys’ fees. Read more about our policy with regard to attorneys’ fees.
Get More Information — Then Contact Us for a Free Appointment
You may learn additional general information about VA disability claims on the following pages of this Web site:
- The VA Appeals Process
- VA Benefits Information Center
- Frequently Asked Questions: Veterans’ Benefits
- Attorneys’ Fees in SSDI and VA Cases
However, if you have specific questions about your specific circumstances and qualifying for veterans’ disability benefits, contact our office as soon as possible. We can schedule a consultation over the telephone or in any of our five West Virginia offices — in Parkersburg, Charleston, Logan, Huntington or Beckley – and Charlotte, NC.
To make an appointment, call toll free, 1.877.526.3457, or send us an e-mail.