Service men and women with physical and mental injuries face many challenges. Some injuries manifest themselves after active duty has ended.
At DURDEN LAW, we stay in tune with Federal and Congressional mandates and policies that affect Veterans. Let DURDEN LAW, the law office of Attorney Aaron G. Durden help you navigate through these legal matters.
Did you serve in country or on a Blue Water Navy vessel or Coast Guard ship near the shores of Vietnam, between January 1962, through May 1975? If yes, you may have had contact with Agent Orange during the war. Contact us to discuss whether you may have a VA disability claim.
Veteran, do you experience ringing in the ears? Your exposure to loud noises may be the cause of your hearing problem. Do you know you can receive a rating for tinnitus, for ringing in one or both ears, and another for hearing loss? Contact us to make sure both conditions are recognized by the VA.
Has your service in the military caused you to experience PTSD? Contact us to discuss whether the VA should recognize the condition, or appeal your VA disability claim denial for filing of PTSD related to your time in the military.
To veterans and their family members, the Veterans Administration recently began processing the backlog of VA disability claims, and maybe it is time for you to think about your claim. Contact us to discuss how we can make sure the VA recognizes the full extent of your injuries.
Does the VA continue to deny your claim? Let DURDEN LAW help you get the compensation you deserve. We receive nothing unless you win. Contact us to discuss whether filing an appeal may award you the benefits you deserve.
DURDEN LAW is licensed in the United States Supreme Court, State of Michigan, State of Ohio, the District of Columbia, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. Our extensive team of subject matter experts in law, government consulting, health care, legal research, program management and strategic planning, are able to meet the needs of our Veteran clients throughout the U.S.
You're not asking for something, you're seeking what you're entitled to.
If you believe you are entitled to benefits resulting from an injury or exposure while serving in any U.S. branch of the military service, or if you are a family member of a Veteran, call our office today for a free consultation.