Veterans Disability Benefits Attorney in Houston

Service connected Veterans Disability, unlike other disability assistance, is not based upon financial need. Your assets do not come into consideration and any benefits are tax free. However, just like other disability issues, the process is often confusing and frustrating. The issue of service connection is often ambiguous and in dispute. At the Herren Law Office in Houston, a disability attorney will guide clients through this process – a diligent and experienced attorney can be the difference between success and failure.

A Houston disability attorney is here to help

Herren Law has great admiration and respect for our veterans. We would be honored to speak with you about disability benefits and other Veterans Compensation Claims. Whether you are applying for the first time, reopening a prior claim, looking into a rate increase, or need help appealing a denial we can help. We can help members of the:

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What conditions qualify to receive Veterans Disability?

Veterans Disability | 713-682-8194 | Herren LawIf you have a current physical condition that results from an accident or injury or illness during your time in service you might be eligible to receive service-connected veterans disability benefits or veterans compensation.

If you have a current severe mental condition that in any way results from your time in service you could be eligible to receive service-connected veterans’ disability benefits or veterans compensation. This includes Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) but of course there are numerous mental conditions that could be applicable.

If you have a current condition, physical or mental, which pre-dates your time in service and which was aggravated while in service, you might also be eligible for service-connected benefits.

There are different rules for compensation depending on various factors such as for Prisoner of War (POW) and Gulf War Veterans and for radiation exposure. Please see [Additional information provided in] the Herren Law
Disability Blog, under Veterans Disability for additional information.

Additionally, there is a wealth of information available on the internet through the United States Department of Veterans Affairs.

How can I afford legal assistance?

Herren Law provides free consultation.

Herren Law does not charge a fee for consultation and operates on a contingent fee. You do not owe anything unless you receive benefits.

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What is the difference between Veterans Compensation and Veterans Pension?

Veterans Disability | 800-529-7707 | Herren LawVeterans Compensation is a benefit paid for conditions which result either directly or indirectly from injuries or illnesses while in service; diagnosis while in service is not required for eligibility (Often referred to as service-connected, or S/C).

Veterans Pension benefits are available to some veterans with disabilities that are not service connected and who have financial need. (Often referred to as non-service connected, or NSC)

Already filed your claim, but got denied?

If your claim has been denied you still have a chance to appeal the decision within certain time limits. Please do not let your time limit expire. We recommend that you contact Herren Law. Having an experienced professional help you will save a lot of time and further frustration and will increase your chance of success.

Herren Law Office has been representing  Social Security Disability clients since 1992. Since that time the firm has helped more than 4,000 people with their disability claims. We are proud to have helped so many when they needed it most. For Long Term Disability claims Herren Law can assist clients who reside in the State of Texas. For veterans claims, under some circumstances Herren Law can help without regard to the veteran’s location.

Herren Law serves Social Security clients throughout Houston and the surrounding areas, including the following counties: Austin, Brazoria, Chambers, Fort Bend, Grimes, Galveston, Harris, Jefferson, Liberty, Matagorda, Montgomery, San Jacinto, Walker and Waller.

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