Veterans have provided the United States of America with the most honorable service and deserve disability benefits from the government if they are injured or disabled. Unfortunately, the process of applying for disability benefits is nothing short of excruciating and frustrating. Attorney Kimberly K. Muenter is a VA accredited attorney who is intricately familiar with the veterans benefits system and can help any veteran achieve the benefits he or she needs.
What are Veterans Disability Benefits?
Veterans are entitled to disability compensation when they are injured or suffering from disabilities, and that compensation comes in the form of a tax-free monthly payment. The payment supports reduced earning abilities based upon injuries or diseases caused by or worsened by active military service.
Depending on the severity of a veteran’s disability, compensation can be as high as a few thousands dollars a month. Some of the most common disabilities that require benefits are post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), hearing and vision impairment, chronic pain disorders, amputation of a limb, traumatic brain injuries, and general physical or cognitive disabilities.
Why Hire a Lawyer?
Veterans around the country have been denied benefits for disabilities that genuinely require compensation, and only a VA accredited attorney can navigate the murky waters of the VA to get the results that a veteran deserves. It’s unacceptable treatment for the government to turn its back on men and women that faithfully served and risked their lives, which is why the Law Offices of Kimberly K. Muenter works so intensely to reclaim past due and future-owed benefits.
With the help of an lawyer like Attorney Kimberly Muenter, a veteran can cut through a great deal of the red tape that slows the application process down. It’s also a more efficient way to find medical records and collect the evidence needed to make a submit a successful application.
Attorney Kimberly Muenter understands the intricacies of the VA benefits system and wants to help any veteran in need of disability benefits to finally reclaim what is rightfully owed.