Disability and Brain Injury
Military personnel who served in Iraq and Afghanistan are more frequently being found to have suffered from brain injury. Bombs create shock waves that that may leave no wound that is visible to the eye, but definitely have damaging effects. These waves apparently can pass through helmets and the bones of the skull, damaging brain cells. The symptoms of such injuries include headaches, dizziness, vertigo, memory problems and reasoning difficulties.
An Atlanta veteran disability attorney can provide valuable assistance to you or a loved one who is suffering from a brain injury, whether it is mild or severe. These diagnoses for mild brain injury have been missed in the past and, only now, are they getting the attention that they deserve. If things have not been "quite right" following a term of service, call our office. Our veterans often return home having suffered from various types of injuries. The process of readjusting your life with new challenges can be made difficult when the
veteran compensation to which he/she is entitled is not forthcoming.
Our firm is effective in getting applications through the process efficiently and we are also knowledgeable in handling appeals if you have been denied veterans disability. We certainly understand the frustration and emotion that a denied claim can put you through. We have been fighting for the disabled for 40 years. Over that time we have been able to provide help to thousands of clients who were applying for disability or had already been denied one or more times. We have gone up against large government bureaucracies and massive insurance companies many times and we understand how to obtain the most optimum results. We are committed to providing the highest quality of service possible to our clients. For help and guidance with a disability issue,
contact McElreath & Stevens, LLC today.