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Qualify for veterans benefits and get what you're owed

If you're a veteran, you may be wondering if you can apply for disability benefits or any other benefits that typically are paid out to veterans of the United States military. To determine if you qualify for benefits, you will have to work with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. You and your attorney may need to submit forms or documents indicating your condition as well as your time spent in the military, so you should keep related documents on hand.

The basic eligibility requirements for veterans benefits start by stating that if you were in the military and were separated due to any condition other than a dishonorable discharge, you could qualify for VA health care benefits and other benefits.

If you're applying to the VA health care system, you must meet minimum duty requirements including serving 24 continuous months or the full contracted period you signed up for. If you were discharged due to a disability that was received or aggravated during your time with the military, then you may not have to meet this qualification.

Should you apply if you aren't sure if you qualify? Absolutely, because the VA actually encourages veterans to do so. If you were hurt in the line of duty, you should be able to qualify for benefits. If you've been denied benefits in the past when you applied, don't be disheartened. Many people are denied due to problems with paperwork or documentation.

Our webpage has more information on veterans benefits, so you can learn more and decide if you want to apply. With the right documentation, you should be able to apply with your best chance for approval.

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Contact us online or call our offices directly at 888-351-0427 for a free case evaluation. All cases are taken on contingency, meaning there are no fees until we recover benefits for you.

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