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Dallas-Fort Worth Attorneys Handling Veterans' Disability Claims

"Thank you so very much for everything! You have always treated us with patience and kindness."

- Client thank-you note

The VA pledges to provide timely, accessible service, communicate clearly, and answer all of your concerns. Why, then, is it so hard to navigate the system when you need to claim veterans' disability benefits?

If you are seeking VA benefits for a service-related disability, you are sure to have questions. If your claim for VA disability benefits has been denied, how do you appeal? How do you know how much compensation you qualify for? Even if you can read the compensation rate tables, how do you know what percentage disabled you are?

In 2006, the law was changed to allow veterans to enlist legal counsel when seeking veterans' disability benefits. At Gould & Gregory, P.C., our disability lawyers help veterans, spouses, dependents and survivors obtain VA disability benefits. We can help you with your initial application, appeals of denied claims or inadequate awards, and the expediting of fully developed claims.

Veterans' disability benefits are available to veterans because of service-connected disabilities that happened during active duty, or were made worse by active duty. There are also VA benefits (known as dependency and indemnity compensation or DIC) available to veterans' surviving spouses, children and/or parents.

Some disability benefits available to vets and their survivors include:

  • General VA disability compensation, which is a tax-free payment to compensate you for your disability
  • Health care benefits, vocational rehabilitation and other assistance
  • Prosthetics, medical devices, sensory aids
  • Special monthly compensation (SMC) for vets with certain serious disabilities
  • Combat-related special compensation (CRSC)
  • Burial and memorial benefits

If you are a disabled wartime vet with a limited income and your disabilities are not related to your military service, you may still qualify for a VA pension.

We pride ourselves on valuing each and every one of our clients. We will work personally with you to learn about your case, explain the process and tell you what you can expect. We will gather any evidence and keep track of any appeal issues that may arise. We handle your case completely, allowing you to focus on living your life instead of dealing with the Department of Veterans Affairs.

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If you are a veteran or a survivor of a disabled vet, contact us for a free consultation about veterans' disability benefits and appeals. We are dedicated and aggressive advocates for the rights of veterans.

Free consultations • We charge no attorney fees unless you recover benefits

Gould & Gregory, P.C.

2001 Beach Street, Suite 626
Fort Worth, TX 76103-2314
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Toll Free: (800) 741-0373 | Local: (817) 338-0608
Fax: (817) 335-5112

At Gould & Gregory, P.C. in Fort Worth, our disability lawyers assist clients from the Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex, Arlington, Hurst-Euless-Bedford, Abilene, Brownwood, San Angelo, and other communities throughout north Texas.
Tarrant County • Johnson County • Parker County • Wise County • Taylor County • Brown County • Tom Green County

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