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Veterans Disability Attorneys

The veterans disability attorneys at our firm are true professionals. Committed to providing high quality legal work and demonstrating integrity in the practice of law, they have the knowledge and resources needed to help you solve your legal issues. If you choose to become a client of our firm, you will have the confidence that comes with knowing your attorney has experience and a proven track record of success with cases similar to your own. You will also have no doubts about their commitment to you as an individual, and to achieving the results you deserve.

To learn more about any individual veterans disability attorney at our firm, please use the links provided below.

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Wade R. Bosley

Wade Bosley is the co-founder of Bosley & Bratch.  Wade retired in 2015 after practicing law for over nearly 45 years.  Wade spent that last twenty years of his practice exclusively assisting veterans, their dependents and survivors obtain mo… Read More
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Ralph J. Bratch

Ralph Bratch is the co-founder, owner and manager of Bosley & Bratch, P.C., and is a VA certified veterans disability attorney dedicated to helping veterans in Tampa, St. Petersburg, Clearwater and nationwide obtain VA disability benefits from th… Read More
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Andrew R. Rutz

Andrew Rutz is an attorney and a veteran who is dedicated to helping veterans and military servicemembers throughout the country in a variety of areas including veterans disability and military law. Read More
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Daniel Smith

Daniel Smith joined Bosley & Bratch in July 2011 after leaving a prestigious position as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Mary Scholen at the United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (CAVC) in Washington, D.C., where he assisted… Read More
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Christopher J. Boudi

Chris Boudi has been representing veterans for the past eight years. During this time he has successfully assisted veterans and their loved ones across the country on a variety of matters including: Military Sexual Trauma Mental impairments includin… Read More
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Douglas Jackson

Doug represents the disabled in claims for VA Disability benefits and Social Security Disability benefits. Doug’s experience includes having represented hundreds of Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income claimants before the So… Read More
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Jennifer Puryear

Phone: 800-953-6224
Jennifer attended Stetson University College of Law where she graduated with honors.  She represents the disabled in claims for VA Disability benefits and Social Security Disability benefits. Jennifer has successfully represented hundreds of Social… Read More
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Talk to us about your disability claims today. We offer free consultations and can help you wherever you are. Nationwide, the number to call is (800) 953-6224. Feel free to contact us with an e-mail message as well.

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Recent Blog Posts

Aug
9
At some point, most veterans will hear about a type of disability benefits called Total Disability due to Individual Unemployability, which is often referred to under the common abbreviations TDIU or simply IU.  TDIU is a great benefit, but there a… Read More
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Are your sleep problems related to service? The quick answer is they absolutely may be related to service.  However, that is not why you are reading this blog post. The question you really want to know is whether your sleep problems can be considere… Read More
Jul
26
It is a common mistake to think that if you are approved for SSDI (Social Security Disability Insurance benefits) by SSA (Social Security Administration) you will automatically be eligible for TDIU (a total disability rating based on employability of… Read More

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