Supporting the Needs of Veterans Across our Nation
Get Access to the Support You Earned through your Service
As a Veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces, you have earned access to several benefits from the Federal Government, your State Government, and companies and businesses across our nation. If you’re not taking advantage of all the benefits you’ve earned, you’re not alone.
Most veterans only know about the big benefits offered like the G.I Bill, disability benefits, and discounted home loans. But those are just a few of the things that have been created to assist you in your post-service life. There are small business loans, insurance policies, even discounts on surplus military equipment.
If you’re not taking full advantage of everything available to you as a veteran, then Protecting Vets is here to help. We will help you find the benefits available to you and lead you through the application process.
Find Out More About What Protecting Vets Can Do For You
Chad Barr Law is dedicated to serving Injured Veterans
Did the VA deny you the benefits you are entitled to? If so you must file your appeal as quickly as possible. There is a limited time to submit the required evidence and the VA is strict timelines and requirements they adhere to.
Are you one of the thousands of Veteran’s Claims that have been denied by the VA? Have you received a decision that is lower than you expected? As a Veteran who has served your country, YOU should receive Disability Benefits.
If you were injured and haven’t received the VA benefits you deserve, please call Chad Barr Law today at (888) 2-VETLAW and discuss your case with an experienced Orlando Veterans Benefits Attorney, or fill out our contact form to schedule a consultation.
Chad Barr Law Represents Injured Veterans Suffering from:
- Agent Orange Exposure
- Spinal Cord Injuries
- Neurological Disorders
- Orthopedic Injuries
- Post Traumatic Stress
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Military Sexual Trauma (MST)
- Gulf War Syndrome
- Psychiatric Disability
- 3M Defective Earplugs
- Substance Use Disorder
- Knee or Joint Problems
- Presumptive Claims
- Accrued Benefits
- Total Disability Claims
- Suicidal Behaviors and Thoughts
- Death Benefits