Oregon VA Disability Attorneys
Veterans in need of monthly disability compensation may need the help of an Oregon VA disability attorney and that is where VA Benefits Attorneys can help. We are here to answer your legal questions and are ready to help you appeal denied disability claims and get the benefits you have earned.
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FAQs About Oregon VA Disability Benefits
Do you have questions about your veteran benefits? Are you eligible to receive disability compensation? Are you tired of red tape and denied disability claims? VA Benefits Attorneys has experience fighting for veteran rights and benefits in the courtroom and we are ready to go to battle for you.
We know you have questions about VA disability benefits in Oregon and we are happy to answer them for you at VA Benefits Attorneys. Questions you may have include – what injuries, illnesses and conditions qualify for disability? Oregon veterans want to know – how do I appeal a denied disability claim? We have the answers you need right here.
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Which Veterans Are Eligible for VA Disability Benefits in Oregon?
Did you know that more than 5 million U.S. Military veterans receive disability benefits? Veterans who choose to apply for VA disability benefits want to know – am I eligible for disability benefits? Here is a brief look at the basic requirements that veterans must meet to be eligible for disability benefits.
Veterans must meet TWO basic criteria to qualify for disability compensation. Oregon veterans must have a service-related injury, illness or condition that affects the mind or body AND must have served on active duty, active duty for training or inactive duty for training.
To be eligible for VA disability benefits, Oregon veterans must meet ONE of the additional criteria in the list below.
- Veterans must have an In-Service Disability Claim that means a service-related injury, illness or medical condition was suffered and diagnosed while in the military.
- Veterans must have a Pre-Service Disability Claim that means an injury, illness or medical condition suffered prior to military service was made worse by time in service.
- Veterans must have a Post-Service Disability Claim that means a service-related injury, illness or medical condition was discovered and diagnosed after military service.
Are There Additional VA Benefits for Oregon Veterans?
Veteran disability benefits grab the headlines – but they are not the only benefits available to Oregon veterans. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs provides support for veterans in a variety of ways that include affordable VA Home Loans, tuition assistance and educational benefits with the Montgomery G.I. Bill, medical care at VA health facilities, affordable insurance and employment assistance.
Contact the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs representative in your area to learn more about veterans benefits in Oregon!
List of Injuries, Illnesses and Medical Conditions to Qualify for VA Disability
Veterans who have served and sacrificed for the United States understand that not all wounds heal and not all scars are visible. VA disability benefits cover a wide range of service-connected injuries, illnesses and medical conditions. Oregon veterans need to know if their injury, illness or medical condition makes them eligible for disability and we are here to help.
Here is a brief list of injuries, illnesses and medical conditions that qualify veterans for disability benefits and compensation.
- Lung Disease(s)
- Hearing Loss
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Chronic Back and Knee Pain
How Can Oregon Veterans Apply for VA Disability Benefits?
Veterans who meet the criteria listed above and qualify for disability benefits may not know where to start or how to apply for VA benefits. We can help at VA Benefits Attorneys. Veterans can apply for disability with an online application found at www.va.gov/disability and with the required medical documents. Individuals who prefer a more hands-on approach can download and print the online application and return the completed forms with the required medical documents to the VA Regional Office in Portland.
Veterans who need assistance with their application can contact VA Benefits Attorneys.
Can You Appeal a Denied VA Disability Claim?
Did you know that your disability application can be denied? Applications are denied for reasons that include insufficient medical documentation, an incomplete application and more. This can leave veterans in need feeling lost and alone – but we can help you appeal a denied VA disability claim at VA Benefits Attorneys. Veterans have three primary methods of appeal – a Higher-Level Review, a Supplemental Claim and a Board Appeal.
VA Benefits Attorneys can help you determine the right course of action and will help you receive the benefits that you deserve.
What Are the Oregon State Veterans Benefits?
The Beaver State is home to more than 260,000 military veterans. Men and women who have served and sacrificed for their country and deserve our love and support when they return home to Oregon. We know that the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs provides a strong foundation for veteran support – but the State of Oregon does its part to provide for veterans who call the state home.
Veterans benefits in the State of Oregon include veterans homes, home loans, tax exemptions, emergency assistance, educational benefits, state government employment preference and much more. Oregon veterans can contact a local veteran representative for more information.
- Veterans Homes – The Dalles and Lebanon
- Oregon Fixed-Rate Veterans Home Loans
- Income Tax Exemptions for Active-Duty Military
- Oregon Property Tax Exemptions for Disabled Veterans
- Oregon Veteran Emergency Financial Assistance
- Oregon State Veterans Employment Preference
- Oregon National Guard Education Assistance
- Veteran Hunting and Fishing Licenses
Do you need help with your veterans benefits? Do you live in the Beaver State? You may need the help of Oregon VA disability attorneys and VA Benefits Attorneys can be the resource you need on your side.
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