Claims Agents Helping Injured Veterans Nationwide Get the Compensation They Deserve
Certain veterans are eligible for disability compensation. If your injury is related to your service in the military, you could be one of them. There are many disabilities caused by military-service injuries that make vets eligible for disability benefits. These include injuries to the musculoskeletal system, ears, skin and neurological system, as well as mental disorders, cardiovascular problems, and problems with the digestive system and respiratory system.
At The Rep For Vets®, our highly qualified VA-accredited claims agents help veterans nationwide get the compensation they deserve for a broad range of injuries, illnesses and conditions. Whether you live in New York, California or anywhere else in the United States, call 888-573-7838 from anywhere in the United States. A claims agent will talk with you about your situation, and can help if your claim has been denied. Working with you, a claims agent can help you take action and get the benefits you deserve.
Examples of Service-connected Disabilities
To learn more about the services our VA-accredited claims agents provide, please click on the military service-related injuries below:
- Cardiac/vascular disorders
- Psychiatric disorders
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Orthopedic injuries/broken bones, sprains and strains
- Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
- Ear/hearing problems
- Neurological disorders
- Muscle disorders
- Skin diseases
- Stomach, intestine and liver disorders
- Breathing problems/lung diseases
- Agent Orange exposure
- Radiation exposure
- Gulf War Illness/Gulf War Syndrome
Vets can turn to lawyers or advocates for assistance with disability benefit claims. Let our VA-accredited claims agents help you receive the disability benefits to which you are entitled after a military-service injury. Call 888-573-7838 or complete the online contact form. Initial consultations are free and confidential, so you have nothing to lose by contacting The Rep For Vets® to speak to a claims agent about your injury.