Great Falls, Montanaveterans’ benefits attorney
Veterans’ benefits are the means by which a grateful nation fulfills the duty expressed by President Lincoln “to bind up the nation’s wounds, to care for him who shall have borne the battle and for his widow and his orphan.” Yet, a cost-conscious and impersonal bureaucracy often denies applicants access to compensation and assistance that they are entitled to. For more than 30 years, Robert M. Kampfer has advocated on behalf of veterans and their families, ensuring just and fair decisions on such matters as:
Understanding VA applications and appeals
To receive your veteran’s benefits, you must submit a claim to the Department of Veterans Affairs. The VA will then decide how much, if any, compensation or assistance you may receive. If you are not satisfied with the VA’s decision, you must submit a Notice of Disagreement. This begins what can be a lengthy, involved appeals process. But don’t be discouraged; appeals have become as much a part of the system as the initial application. And, at this stage, you can retain professional counsel.
Recent federal law helps veterans appealing denial of benefits
The Veterans Benefits and Health Care and Information Technology Act of 2006 allows veterans to retain legal representation after they send in a Notice of Disagreement. Because the laws governing veterans affairs are lengthy and complex, having a trained lawyer guide you through your appeal process can greatly improve your chances for approval. Robert M. Kampfer can help you compile a comprehensive and compelling case file and can represent you at your hearing before the Board of Veterans Affairs. If necessary, I will even carry your appeal to the U. S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.
Contact a determined Montana attorney fighting for veterans benefits
To schedule a consultation with Robert M. Kampfer in Great Falls, Montana, call 406-727-9540 today to schedule a free half-hour initial consultation, or contact me online.