Knox County, IL

VA Disability Lawyers

VA Disability Lawyers in Knox County, IL. The United States Department of Veterans Affairs provides disability compensation to veterans tolerating an injury or illness caused or worsened by their service to our country. In addition, the state of Illinois has a number of its own VA disability benefits for veterans and family members listed here: Illinois VA Disability Compensation.

Founded in 1976, Drummond Law, home to your Veterans’ Affairs Disability attorneys of Knox County, IL, is dedicated to getting you the VA Disability benefits you have earned. Call us today at 800-842-0426 or contact us here.

VA Disability Lawyers in Knox County, IL: How To Qualify for VA Benefits

In order to qualify for VA Disability, you must meet two requirements:

  1. Military Service Requirement
    • A veteran of the United States military, or
    • An active service member who will be discharged sometime within the next 90-180 days
  2. Medical Condition Requirement
    • In-service VA Disability claim. You became sick or were injured while in the military and can link resulting health problems directly to your service.
    • Preservice VA Disability claim. You had an illness or disability that predated your service and your time in the military worsened the illness/disability.
    • Postservice VA Disability claim. You had a disability that was caused or worsened by your service, which surfaced sometime after that service ceased. Under federal law, some illnesses and disabilities are presumed to stem from active service and can be eligible for the purposes of a VA Disability claim 12 months after discharge.

Your VA Disability attorneys at Drummond Law in Knox County, IL, are here to answer any question you may have about qualifying for VA Disability. Call us today at 800-842-0426 or reach us here for a free evaluation.

The VA Disability attorneys at Drummond Law have decades of experience serving clients with VA Disability claims. The law firm in Knox County, IL also specializes in:

Your VA Disability Lawyers of Knox County, IL: Help When and Where You Need It

Applying for veterans’ disability can appear demoralizing. There is a plethora of different paperwork. And, once that is all filed, the Department of Veterans Affairs could take as little as three months or as long as several years to process the VA Disability claim. Contact your VA Disability Lawyers of Southern Illinois to help assuage the burden and answer any question you may have in terms of your injury claim in Knox County, IL. phone us today at 800-842-0426.

The Top 10 Most Common VA Disability Claims:

  1. Tinnitus
  2. Hearing Loss
  3. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
  4. Scars
  5. Limitation of Flexion, Knee
  6. Lumbosacral or Cervical Strain
  7. Paralysis of the Sciatic Nerve
  8. Limitation of Range of Motion of the Ankle
  9. Migraines
  10. Degenerative Arthritis of the Spine

Regrettably, often it seems the initial reactionary decision of the VA is to deny your disability claim. Don’t let that happen. Even if you don’t utilize your VA Disability Attorneys of Southern Illinois for the entire VA Disability process, at least let us provide a free evaluation of your disability claim here.

Speak to Your VA Disability Attorneys | Drummond Law in Knox County, IL

In our fifth decade, Drummond Law has been home to your team VA Disability attorneys in Knox County, IL. Our VA Disability attorneys work vigorously for you — for your health, for your claim — until we get the decision you deserve. We go step-by-step through the process and build your VA Disability claim from the ground up — gathering medical evidence, filing appeals and solidifying effective dates — so there are no surprises before, during or after we file.

Let your VA Disability Attorneys of Knox County, IL, fight the good fight for you. Let us file and win your VA Disability claim. Call our office today at 800-842-0426 or contact us here.


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