Service-Related Injury Law
If you are unable to work as the result of an injury sustained during your years of military service, you may be eligible for veterans disability benefits. Your injury does not have to have occurred during performance of your official duties—even accidental injuries are classified as service-related if they occurred while you were enlisted.
At The Piemonte Law Firm, we concentrate on representing clients whose benefits claims have been denied. Not only are our initial consultations free, we charge our clients only if we win their case. Our fees comprise 20% of back benefits.
For a free consultation with a service-related disability lawyer, contact The Piemonte Law Firm today.
Here is a partial list of service-related injuries:
- Injuries caused by bombs
- Car bombs
- Any accidents occurring during scheduled time off while serving in the military
- Damage related to toxin exposure (such as exposure to Agent Orange for Vietnam and some Korean War veterans)
While military injuries may qualify you for veterans disability benefits as a result of your injury, it’s vital to communicate the facts clearly to the VA to receive the full amount. Your military injuries may qualify you for a considerably higher benefit rating than you are now receiving.
Pursue the Veterans Disability Benefits You Need and Deserve
As we advise you on the best paths toward full disability compensation, our goal is to help you achieve the benefits package you deserve.
To schedule a free consultation and preliminary case review by an experienced North Carolina veterans disability attorney, call The Piemonte Law Firm today.