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Veterans Disability: Lawyers, Information, Questions & Answers.

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This site is for those looking for information or lawyers for help with their veterans disability claims.  I will try to answer many of the questions I know veterans are looking for about their claims for VA benefits.

A new law goes into affect on June 20, 2007 that will allow veterans to hire attorneys much earlier in the process.  I will explain this new law and how it can benefit those looking to receive the disability benefits they deserve from the Department of Veteran Affairs.  I am Karl Kazmierczak, Esq. and I have been helping people get disability benefits for years.  For years veterans have had a difficult time finding help with their VA disability claims because of a bar on hiring lawyers early in the process.  I will be providing information on this site for free and believe it should answer many of the questions many of you have.  If you would like help with your claim for disability benefits please consider us and see my law firm website at Veteran Disability Lawyers.

If you have any questions or if you want a free consultation send me an e-mail.  Please be as detailed as you can, and if you would like me to call you send your phone number.  I help Veterans in all states.

If you would like to discuss your case for free, please visit my firm's website and call or e-mail us. 

What is definition of a veteran for VA disability?

"A person who served in the active military, naval or air services, and who was discharged or released under conditions other than dishonorable." 38 U.S.C. $ 101(2), 38 CFR $ 3.1(d) 2006.

This site will address the basics of veterans disability claims first and as time goes on I will add more advanced concepts that I think would be helpful.  So make sure to book mark this site and come back often.  The first thing you should know is that these claims can take a very long time sometimes taking years to get the results you are trying to achieve.  I get e-mails from many veterans completely frustrated with the process.  The best thing you can do is become as knowledgeable as you can and seek assistance with your claim if you feel you need to.

I will soon be adding more content to this website so make sure to check back over the next few weeks.  I am attending a conference on veterans disability this month and will report back anything I think may be of interest to you. 


The site will answer these questions and many more:

  • What is veterans compensation?
  • What is veterans pension?
  • What is VA dependants benefits?
  • What does the term "service connection" mean? 
  • What is the Department of Veterans Affairs?
  • What is the Department of Veterans Affairs or VAs process for getting disability benefits?
  • How long does a veterans disability claim take?
  • What are the qualifications to be eligible for veterans disability benefits?
  • How do you appeal VA claim?
  • What is the "notice of disagreement"?
  • What is meant by percentage of disability?
  • What is the compensation rate table?
  • Can you make a claim to increase your disability rating?
  • What is the new law that allows veterans to hire lawyers earlier in the process?
  • How will this new law affect you? 

"The willingness in which our young people are likely to serve in any war, no matter how justified, shall be directly proportional to how they percieve the veterans of earlier wars were treated and appreciated by their country." George Washington.

"to care for him who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow, and his orphan"  Abraham Lincoln

If you are looking for help with your veterans disability claim we are lawyers that can help. 

We have attempted to provide up to date and accurate information, however the information in this site is not guaranteed. No attorney client relationship exist. The information in this site is not a substitute for consultation with a qualified attorney.
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