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The results below reflect only the amount of retroactive benefits, also known as back benefits, we won for the client. Most clients ultimately receive substantially more in future monthly veterans disabilty compensation and other benefits. Also, click here to check out our experience in our reported cases at the Board of Veterans' Appeals.

**Disclaimer: Past results do not guarantee future performance. Any result in a single case does not constitute a promise, prediction, or guarantee regarding the outcome of any other case. Each case involves many different factors and thus results will vary from case-to-case.**

Over $260,000 for PTSD and Unemployability

The VA awarded a Chicago veteran over $260,000 for 12 years of back pay for PTSD and Unemployability.

$503,633 for Parkinson's Disease

The VA awarded $503,633 in a case involving Parkinson’s Disease rated at 100% back to 1994 and muscle wounds back to 1969.

$476,150 for Schizophrenia

The VA awarded $476,150 in a case involving schizophrenia rated at 100% back to August 1994.

$342,815 for PTSD

The VA awarded $342,815 in a case involving PTSD rated at 100% back to January 1997.

$232,000 for Multiple Sclerosis

The VA awarded $232,00 in a case involving muscular sclerosis and unemployability rated at 100% back to July 2003.

$215,772 for Coronary Artery Disease

The VA awarded $215,772 in a case involving coronary artery disease and unemployability at rated at 100% back to May 2003.

$210,044 for PTSD

The Board of Veterans Appeals awarded an Indiana veteran $210,044 in a case involving PTSD and unemployability rated at 100% back to April 2004.

$207,200 for PTSD

The VA awarded $207,200 in a case involving PTSD rated at 100% back to March 2004.

$174,381 for Adjustment Disorder

The VA awarded an Ohio veteran $174,381,000 in a cases involving adjustment disorder and unemployability rated at 100% back to May 2005.

$140,290 for PTSD

The VA awarded $140,290 for PTSD and unemployability rated at 100% back to December 2009.

$134,037 for various disabilities

The VA awarded $134,037 in a case involving unemployability due to a number of service connected disabilities rated at 100% back to May 2007.

$130,000 for back and related conditions

The VA Director of Pension and Compensation awarded $130,000 in a case involving numerous back related conditions and unemployability rated at 100% back to January 2005.

$129,127 for PTSD

The Board of Veterans Appeals (BVA) awarded $129,127 in a case involving PTSD and unemployability rated at 100% back to December 2006.

$119,500 for PTSD

The VA awarded $119,500 in a case involving PTSD rated at 100% back to April 2007.

$115,536 for PTSD

The VA awarded $115,536 in a case involving PTSD and unemployability rated at 100% back to September 2004.

$113,040 for PTSD

The Board of Veterans Appeals awarded $113,000 in a case involving PTSD and unemployability rated at 100% back to December 2005.

$106,309 for Heart Disease

The VA awarded $106,309 for heart disease, PTSD, and unempoyability rated at 100% back to February 2008.

$102,993 for PTSD

The VA awarded $102,993 in a case involving PTSD and unemployability rated at 100% back to September 2006.

$92,500 for Leg Wounds and secondary Myasthenia Gravis

The VA awarded $92,500 in a case involving leg wounds & secondary myasthenia gravis rated at 100% back to August 2008.

$80,908 for Back and Neck

The VA awarded an Indiana veteran $80,908 in a case involving back and neck disabilities and unemployability at 100% rating back to August 2008.

$81,000 for Hepatitis C

The VA awarded $81,000 in a case involving Hepatitis C and unemployabilty at 100% back rating to August 2005.

Over $310,000 for Usher's Syndrome & Retinitis Pigmentosa

Over $212,000 for PTSD

$212,000 for foot injury and unemployability

The VA awarded a California veteran eleven years of back pay at $212,000 for a right foot injury and for unemployability.

$250,330 for testalgia, hematuria and unemployability

The VA awarded a Georgia veteran $250,333 as fourteen years of back pay for testalgia, hematuria and unemployability. 

$178,000 for Heart Disease, PTSD and Unemployability

A Texas veteran was awarded over $178,000 covering six years of back pay for heart disease, PTSD and unemployability.

$230,917 for PTSD and Unemployability

A Michigan veteran was awarded $230,917 covering seven years of back pay for PTSD and unemployability.

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