New Jersey & Pennsylvania Veterans Benefits Claims
The VA benefits lawyers at Bross & Frankel put their knowledge as disability attorneys to work in securing the highest possible compensation ratings and best possible outcomes for our veteran clients in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware. We help military veterans obtain the following VA benefits:
- Compensation for service-connected injuries
- Compensation for non-service connected disabilities
- VA Pension
- Dependency and Indemnity Compensation (DIC) or Survivors’ Claims
Unlike some of our competitors, who will turn away veterans seeking to file new claims, we are happy to offer a free consultation to any veteran who would like to find out what benefits he or she may be eligible for.
Types of Claims
Our veterans disability attorneys have successfully helped clients obtain their highest possible ratings on a number of different claims, including:
- Agent Orange exposure
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Anxiety disorders
- Depression Disability claims
- Musculoskeletal lower back, neck, and shoulder injuries
Typically, the injury does not have to have occurred during the line of duty. As long as the injury or health problem began or was aggravated during service, service-connection can be established with the help of an experienced veterans disability lawyer.
Richard Frankel helped me with a VA Disability Claim. Not only was he excellent, but his supporting staff was top notch. The level communication with his office was phenomenal. Whenever I had a question all emails and phone calls were returned quickly, and they were always on top of everything. His staff is very knowledgeable on VA forms as well as VA processes and procedures. The work was not just attention to detail, but attention to the client. I would definitely recommend Bross & Frankel
Appealing Denied VA Benefits
While the VA system is supposed to be “non-adversarial,” any veteran who has received a Rating Decision that either denied service connection or awarded an inadequate rating percentage, can tell you that’s not always the case. If you receive a decision that is unfavorable in any way, the first appeal step is to file a “Notice of Disagreement” within the one-year appeal period.
The veterans benefits attorneys at Bross & Frankel have the experience to help you craft an appeal with the best chance of getting the compensation you’ve earned.
Why Choose Us
At Bross & Frankel, we are proud of our record and reputation. Most of our VA clients are referred by other veterans whom we have helped over the years.
Mr. Frankel has put his knowledge as a disability benefits advocate to use in representing veterans in the unique area of disability compensation benefits. He has taught other lawyers the VA claims process, and contributed a chapter to “Navigating Legal Issues for Military Veterans: Leading Lawyers on Arguing Disability, Pension, and other Claims Before the VA,” a book dedicated to educating attorneys on the pitfalls of representing veterans in VA claims.