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Nationwide Veterans Disability Lawyers

The members of the armed forces are our society’s protectors. They preserve freedom and safety so that American citizens can continue living without fear of invasion or annihilation. As they risk the ultimate sacrifice when serving our country, they deserve to be treated fairly during their times of need.

By working with a VA disability lawyer from Bosley & Bratch, you can be certain that your case will receive meticulous and experienced attention and that you will receive personal support every step of the way. As our veterans disability lawyers have used over 80 years of combined experience to obtain more than $40 million dollars in retroactive benefits, you can be confident about placing your trust in our legal team.

At Bosley & Bratch, we proudly serve veterans from all branches of the military representing veterans from all 50 states. Wherever you are and whatever your needs may be, our firm is here to help. Contact us today.

(800) 953-6224

Clearwater, FL

Bosley & Bratch
Main Office - Clearwater, Florida
1401 Court Street
Suite 200
Clearwater, FL 33756
Phone: 800-953-6224

Merrillville, IN

Bosley & Bratch
8105 Georgia St.
Merrillville, IN 46410
Phone: 800-953-6224

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