WELCOME TO THE VETERANS’ LAW CENTER
The nationally recognized Veterans’ Law Center is dedicated to assisting veterans who have been wrongfully denied service connected disability benefits or Dependency and Indemnity Compensation (DIC) benefits by the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA). We fight for veterans and their families who disagree with a denial of these benefits by the DVA.
Whether a claim for benefits has been denied partially or in its entirety, we will both review the decision of the VA and provide a case evaluation free of charge. You never have to pay us advanced fees or costs and we only get paid for our services in the event we recover back benefits for you.
In addition to assisting veterans and claimants nationwide before any of the 56 Regional Offices, the firm also represents veterans before the Board of Veterans’ Appeals (BVA), and the Court of Appeals for Veterans’ Claims (CAVC) in Washington, D.C.
The founding members, James D. Pacitti and Daniel Greenbaum, are both VA-accredited attorneys are admitted to practice before the United States Court of Appeals for Veterans’ Claims. To learn more about the Veterans’ Law Center and its founding members, click here.
If you believe the VA has wrongfully denied either service connected disability or DIC benefits, please contact us today at 800-555-2989, or complete a case evaluation form here to receive a free evaluation.
The VA imposes strict time limits on the appeal of disability decisions, so do not delay if you believe your claim has been wrongfully denied.
You have fought and suffered for our country. Let us fight for you.
Call us today for a FREE consultation and get the answers you need regarding your service connected disability or DIC claim.
Call us today for a FREE consultation and get the answers you need regarding your service connected disability claim.
We Can Handle All Types Of Service Connected Disability Claims including:
This type of anxiety disorder can make it extremely challenging to hold a steady job or accomplish daily tasks. Treatment may involve cognitive-behavioral therapy, eye movement desensitization and reprocessing, or certain medications.
Hundreds of thousands of military personnel are estimated to have some type of brain injury. Such TBIs can be caused by anything from improvised explosive devices (IED) to hand-to-hand combat involving a blow to the head.
You may have injured your back by hauling heavy ammunition, broken bones in a parachute landing or suffered other injuries to joints, bones and muscles.