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Veterans Disability Appeals


According to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), veterans and their families make up almost 20 percent of the population in the United States. Thousands of eligible veterans claims are filed every year, and the government often rejects or denies these claims, even when you and your family needs and deserves those benefits. When a veterans benefits claim is reduced, denied, or ignored, it hurts not only you, but also your family and loved ones.


The Law Office of John M. Williams, LLC protects the service connected disability rights of veterans.  John M. Williams​​​​​​​ is accredited by the Department of Veterans Affairs to prepare, present and prosecute claims for Veterans Benefits before the Department of Veterans Affairs.  He is also a member of the Military Law Section of the National Bar Association and Cincinnati Bar Association.


Many of our country’s fighting men and women suffer from a wide range of physical and mental health problems. Traumatic brain injuries (TBI), spinal cord injuries and exposure to toxic chemicals are but a few of the many conditions veterans experience.


Other health problems can include depression, diabetes, Gulf War Syndrome, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).


Veterans disability benefits are different from Social Security Disability claims and can be complicated to pursue alone. Having a veterans disability lawyer on your side can help you get the money you need—the money you deserve—for your injuries.


You may be eligible for veterans benefits even if you are receiving Social Security or if you are still working. The process of filing for veterans benefits is complicated, and the paperwork and waiting times can be frustrating. We believe it is important that injured veterans and their families get the money they need and deserve.


If you’ve been the denied veterans disability benefits you deserve, you don’t have to face the VA alone. 


Contact us​​​​​​​ today at (513) 791-7919 if the VA denied your benefits claim.