Get the Financial Support You Deserve for Your Service

You enlisted in the military to serve your country. You took on risk to yourself to protect your fellow American citizens.

If you got injured in the line of duty, our government should protect your well-being, like you protected others.

But sometimes getting full disability support is more of a struggle than it should be. Veterans with service-connected ailments are left on their own without assistance to pay bills and maintain financial stability.

Your disability rating from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) may not reflect the full extent of your impairments and qualify you for the level of benefits you really need.

Where can you turn to change it?

The Columbus veterans’ disability lawyers at Horenstein, Nicholson & Blumenthal can help. They fight to get you the financial security you deserve.

If you’re an injured veteran, or your spouse is a veteran with a disability, and you’re having trouble securing all the benefits you’re entitled to receive, get in touch with us today.

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    How Columbus Veterans Can Prove Your Veterans’ Disability Rating Should Be Higher

    When you file a claim with the VA for compensation for your disability benefits, your disability rating will determine how much compensation you receive every month.

    For instance, if you receive a 100 percent disability rating, you could receive more than $3,000 per month in benefits. That could be life-changing, putting you on solid financial ground as you move forward with your life.

    But if your disability rating is too low, the amount you receive may not be enough to cover even basic expenses.

    Here’s how a Columbus veterans’ disability lawyer can prove that you need a higher rating:

    • They will work with your doctors and gather medical proof showing the seriousness of your medical conditions.
    • They will help you generate a record of active treatment for your impairments.
    • They will gather the evidence that your health problems came about as a result of your service in the military.

    Even if you don’t have a 100 percent disability rating, you could still increase your rate of disability compensation if you can’t work due to your service-related injury or illness.

    In that case, you may qualify for Total Disability Individual Unemployability (TDIU) status.

    The VA uses a complex formula to determine which level of benefits you’ll receive. Trying to navigate their system is confusing.

    The Columbus veterans’ disability attorneys at HNB law firm can look at your case for free and let you know your options for increasing your rating.

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    How Columbus Veterans’ Disability Lawyers Can Help You

    A military veteran with a prosthetic leg and duffle bag waits by a roadside. The Ohio military discrimination lawyers at Horenstein, Nicholson & Blumenthal know the signs that an employer isn’t treating you right.

    The Ohio military discrimination lawyers at Horenstein, Nicholson & Blumenthal know the signs that an employer isn’t treating you right.

    HNB’s veterans’ disability lawyers in Columbus know how frustrating it can be to deal with the VA, especially when you’re already busy focusing on your health and worrying about how you’ll pay your bills.

    Here are some things we can do to take the burden off of you:

    • Organize all your medical records
    • Help you get the medical treatment you need
    • Order a medical review of your case file
    • Find doctors who understand how to fill out the VA’s Disability Benefits Questionnaire (DBQ)
    • Appeal for a higher disability compensation rating from the VA

    If you need assistance with a veterans’ disability appeal, we can take it to the highest level needed, including:

    • Your VA Regional Office (RO)
    • The Board of Veterans’ Appeals (BVA)
    • U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans’ Claims

    If you are unable to work, we could also help you apply for Social Security Disability.

    We thank you and admire you for your service and dedication. Our Columbus veterans’ disability lawyers are proud to work hard on behalf of armed forces veterans seeking benefits that are rightfully yours.

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