Utah is currently home to over 150,000 military veterans, according to the US Veterans Administration. Majority of these veterans served during war.
Veterans and their families can have access to numerous programs and benefits, which include education programs, housing, tax credits, job training, and employment opportunities. Many of them, however, are uninformed about their eligibility for an even wider scope of benefits even if they did not retire from the military.
Qualifications for Veteran’s Benefits
If a military veteran has served under a US military branch and has been honorably discharged from service, he os she is qualified to receive benefits. Veterans qualified to receive payments arethose who have suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), damaged spinal cords, hearing injuries, traumatic brain injuries (TBI), visual impairment, and chemical exposure.
Widows of veterans may also receive disability benefits.
Further Veteran’s Benefits Assistance from Osmond Law
With years of experience defending our veterans, we can help if you have been denied compensation.
We will guide you from start to finish, answer any questions that you may have, and provide legal counsel that you can trust.
We will also determine the benefits for which you are eligible, and how it applies to your circumstances. Other areas we can help with are widow’s pensions and indemnity compensation. In addition, our lawyers can help you avoid costly mistakes when filing for a claim.
Let Osmond Law aggressively defend your rights. Contact us today to schedule an initial consultation.