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National Leaders in Veterans Disability Law

Are you looking for a veterans’ disability attorney to represent you in your disabilities claim? If you are, this firm may be right for you. Bosley & Bratch is committed to serving disabled veterans from every military branch. Our associates have extensive experience exclusively in the VA field. Your rights are our priority and we will fight hard help you obtain the VA disability to which you are legally entitled. 

If you are suffering from any mental or physical impairment from your time in the armed forces you may be entitled to both state and federal benefits. If you are not receiving these benefits you should take action. Our firm has extensive experience with federal VA disability laws and state laws concerning veterans disability and other rights.

Our Veterans Disability Lawyers

Our team of veterans disability lawyers has helped thousands of veterans get the benefits they deserve and know what it takes to get the job done.  Many of our lawyers are veterans themselves having assisted military members of a wide range of legal issues as Judge Advocates.   

Why Work with Our Veterans Disability Lawyers?

At Bosley & Bratch our goal is to make every veteran’s experience personal to their circumstances. Our professional and volunteer work is all dedicated towards altering living conditions for veterans for the better.  Through our professional and volunteer work we actively seek the improvement of the lives of veterans. Our motto is that we want to help veterans collect a debt owed to them by our government. If you want to find out more about what our team can do for you, contact us today.

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May
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Have you heard about Special Monthly Compensation (SMC)?  SMC is compensation paid in addition to regular disability compensation to a veteran who, as a result of military service, incurred the loss or loss of use of specific organs or extremit… Read More
May
11
Generally, to receive VA benefits, a veteran must prove (1) the presence of a current disability, (2) an in-service injury or disease, and (3) a connection between the first two elements.  While all of this may seem simple enough, one issue that som… Read More
Mar
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On Wednesday, President Trump fired Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin who was embroiled in scandal over charging taxpayers for luxury travel. Trump has nominated Ronny L. Jackson to replace the former secretary. Jackson is an active-duty rear… Read More

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