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Veterans Disability Benefits Attorneys

Capovilla & Williams is a law firm of all Veteran attorneys dedicated to helping fellow Veterans obtain the benefits they have earned.  We recognize firsthand how difficult it can be to deal with the Veterans Administration and we are relentless in our pursuit of success on behalf of our clients.  If you have been denied disability benefits by the VA or are considering filing a claim for a service-connected condition or illness, contact our team to discuss your personal situation… in confidence.

Types of VA Claims

We represent Vets in all types of Veterans benefits claims as well as the stages within each type.  These include:

Original Claim:  This involves filing the VA Form 21-526EZ along with all supporting VA and private medical records and supporting statements.

Increased Claim:  Provides for an increase in disability rating and more compensation when a previously approved claim worsens.

Secondary Service-Connected Claim:  Involves additional compensation for a new disability that’s linked to an existing service-connected benefit.

Special Claim:  Provides for additional benefits such as a specially equipped vehicle due to a decrease in mobility after surgery.

Supplemental Claim:  Allows for new and relevant evidence to be submitted after denial of a claim.

Presumptive Condition Claims:  Under new legislation, the PACT Act expands benefits for Veterans experiencing symptoms related to exposure to toxic substances.

Tips for Receiving Veteran Benefits

If you are dealing with a disability, medical condition, illness, or simply don’t feel healthy and have served in the United States military, it’s important to do three things:

  • Don’t assume you won’t qualify for VA benefits. Our experienced team of VA professionals often uncover service-connected conditions that Vets don’t realize qualify them for disability benefits.
  • Don’t go it alone. The VA benefits process is complicated and it’s easy to get discouraged, especially after a denial.  Recognize that there is help available to you, and it costs you nothing for a consultation to review your options.
  • You pay nothing out of pocket. Our law firm handles VA benefits cases on a contingency basis.  This means that you pay nothing if we don’t win your case, and then it’s a small percentage of the recovery.

Our team is available 24/7/365 and would like to talk with you about your unique situation.  Please reach out to us today at 866-951-0466 or via the chat or text options on this page.

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