The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs offers a number of different benefits available to veterans and their families in need of assistance following their service to our country. Of these, Aid and Attendance benefits are some of the most crucial for veterans suffering a debilitating condition and surviving families who have lost their loved one. Unfortunately, few of those veterans and families are aware of their eligibility for these benefits and the relief they can provide.
If you are a veteran or a surviving spouse facing financial straits, you may be eligible to receive benefits from the VA. At Leger Law Group, LLC, we understand the challenges these claimants face in the submission process and have the experience and vigilance to ensure that your claim faces the best chance at a swift approval.
Our Baton Rogue veterans' benefits lawyers are ready to assist you during this trying time. Contact us at (225) 522-4996 today.
Not everyone that has served in the military is eligible to receive Aid and Attendance benefits. Generally speaking, they are reserved for service members that have been put in harm's way and now require regular assistance from a caregiver. Additionally, these benefits can assist family members that have lost a loved one to military service.
Please note that a veteran's medical condition does not necessarily have to be related to their military service for them to qualify. There are sometimes other medical or financial considerations to consider in these claims, but these benefits can provide a monthly benefit up to $2,120 for veterans or up to $1,149 to a surviving family. For more information on Aid and Attendance, your eligibility, and how Leger Law Group, LLC can assist you with a thorough and compelling claim, call our firm today.
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