When members of the United States Armed Forces enlist, they’re promised disability benefits in the event of service-connected illnesses or injuries. But the claims process to get veterans benefits can be complex and confusing, and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) often denies claims for veterans who are eligible.
At Colbert Cooper Hill Attorneys, we know you have more important things to worry about than filing paperwork or appealing a denied claim for benefits. Whether you’re filing an initial claim or you need assistance with an appeal, our legal team will handle every step of the process to ensure you have the best possible chances of getting the benefits you’re owed. Just call (877) 579-6800 or complete a free online form.
Helping You Get Your Veterans Benefits
Whether you have concerns about the claims process or want to know what benefits may be available to you, we’ve created the following resources to help answer your questions:
- Available VA Benefits
Learn about the different VA disability benefits programs available to soldiers, veterans, and their families.
Veterans Disability Claims Process
Find out about the paperwork, medical evidence, and other information you’ll need to apply for veterans benefits, and read about the steps you need to take if your claim gets denied.
Veterans Disability Resources
Browse this list of useful links to discover resources and support services for disabled Oklahoma veterans.
Veterans Benefits FAQ
Visit our FAQ section to get answers to common questions we hear from Oklahoma veterans and clients applying for veterans benefits.
You Can Afford Experienced Representation
You’ve made sacrifices for your country and you deserve the benefits you were promised. It’s that simple. At Colbert Cooper Hill, we aren’t afraid to take on the VA, and we’ll do everything in our power to get the benefits you need as quickly as possible. And with our No Fee Guarantee®, you won’t owe us legal fees unless we get results for you. So call us today, and let us deal with the red tape, paperwork, and bureaucracy so you can focus on what’s really important: your health and your family.