Indiana Veterans Disability Advocate

We Help Veterans

Bosley & Bratch Marion officeIf you or your loved one is looking to obtain veterans disability benefits by filing a claim or an appeal for a denied application, then you have come to the right place. Veterans Help Group is a veteran-owned advocate firm that focuses exclusively on guiding disabled veterans through the complexities of the VA claim and appeal process. Our Indiana veterans disability advocates – most of whom are veterans themselves – know first-hand the struggles our clients face when attempting to navigate these difficult experiences and challenging legal procedures. As such, we utilize our decades of combined experience, extensive resources, and unwavering commitment to help our clients obtain the benefits they rightfully deserve.

When first beginning the VA claim or appeal process, it is essential that you understand the many challenges that lie ahead. To put it simply, the VA claim process is complex, rife with hurdles, and notorious for high denial rates. As a result, individuals and families who attempt to undertake these procedures on their own often fail to secure the benefits they need. In fact, a recent report from the VA’s Board of Veterans’ Appeals states that veterans appealing their own disability claim are more than twice as likely to have their claim denied than if they were working with an advocate (Board of Veterans’ Appeals Report of the Chairman). What does this mean to those in need of filing a claim or appeal? Working with a advocates can increase your chances of being approved.

Comprehensive Assistance, Compassionate Support

Our service and support is available to veterans in need of obtaining disability benefits for a number of matters, including combat-related special compensation. Our advocates work personally with each client and walk them through the claim and appeal process step by step. We handle all types of VA disability claims, including those filed on the basis of Agent Orange related conditionsCamp Lejeune contaminationphysical injuriesmental disorderspost-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), traumatic brain injuries (TBI), and mesothelioma. Whatever your particular needs may be, you can be confident that as our legal team has handled numerous VA claim cases, we are capable of guiding you through your unique journey.

How Veterans Help Group Can Make the Difference

Throughout the years that we have been helping disabled veterans and their families, we have accumulated a wide breadth of experience and knowledge. Equipped with these skills and tools, our advocates are able to make profound differences in the lives of our clients by ensuring that they resolve their case as successfully as possible. We know everything about our representative and our services is designed to benefit the veterans we represent, and we feel that the following elements of our practice can make the difference in your case:

  • VA regulations cover more than 2,000 pages. As we have been working with them these decades, we know them inside and out.
  • Our firm has access to the resources and connections that support our clients’ claims.
  • We work with independent medical professionals and psychological experts who are not affiliated with the VA.
  • If your case is successful at the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims, the VA will pay a percentage of our advocate fees.
  • We proudly represent members of all military branches, including eligible Reservists and National Guard Veterans.
  • If we don’t win, you don’t pay.

Request a Case Evaluation to Learn More About Your Case

With so much riding on the successful resolution of your claim, you need to take the necessary steps to work with experienced, proven, and compassionate advocates. By working with a firm that leads the nation in this field, you can secure the representation and support needed to better understand your rights and the VA disability process. We encourage veterans throughout Indiana to request a free case evaluation to learn more about the ways in which we can help. Ask questions, voice your concerns, and find out how Veterans Help Group can make a difference for you. Contact our firm today.

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