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Jan Dils Attorneys at Law, Fights For Veteran’s Rights

June 01
22:26 2020
Jan Dils Attorneys at Law, Fights For Veteran's Rights

Jan Dils’ passion is fighting for people who are all too often left helpless at the hands of corporations, insurance companies, Big Pharma and government red tape. Her firm has 25 years of experience in all forms of Social Security and Disability benefits, Veteran’s Benefits and Personal Injury cases.
Jan Dils, Attorneys at Law, is well known throughout the Mid-Ohio Valley for getting Veterans the disability benefits they have earned and deserve.

Jan Dils, Attorneys at Law, is well known throughout the Mid-Ohio Valley for getting Veterans the disability benefits they have earned and deserve.

“We have been fighting for Veterans benefits for more than 25 years,” states the firm’s founder, Jan Dils. “If a Veteran has a service-connected disability that prevents them from securing or maintaining any kind of employment, they may qualify for Individual Unemployability (IU). That means they may be entitled to receive disability compensation at the same level as a Veteran who has a 100% disability rating.” 

Jan Dils, Attorneys at Law, is serving potential new clients for IU claims. We are experienced and compassionate. We’ll tell Veterans exactly what the claim means and if they are eligible. Our consultations are always free.

How Do Veterans Qualify?

● The claimant must have at least one service-connected disability that is rated at 60% or more, or two service-connected disabilities with at least one rated at 40% or more and a combined total of 70% or more.

● Claimants cannot maintain a steady job that supports them financially – that is, they cannot hold down substantially gainful employment due to the disability. 

How Does a Veteran Determine if the Disability Prevents Him or Her from Working?

This is where legal support can be helpful. To determine the level of a disability and whether the Veteran qualifies for IU, the VA will look at medical records and other evidence. A trained attorney can take them through the process of gathering that information and ensuring all relevant evidence that is likely to support their case is collected and presented. A legal representative can also file an appeal should their application be denied.

How can you learn more?

For more information on filing a Veterans Disability claim or filing for Individual Unemployability, our Veterans are encouraged to please feel free to give Jan Dils, Attorneys at Law, a call at 877-526-3457. One of our representatives will be happy to answer questions. Or if they’d prefer to contact us online, please fill out this form at www.jandils.com/contact.

About Jan Dils, Attorneys at Law

Jan Dils, Attorneys at Law, areas of practice include Personal Injury, Social Security benefits and Veterans disability. The firm is headquartered in Parkersburg, West Virginia, with additional offices in Charleston, Logan, Huntington and Beckley, West Virginia, and Charlotte, North Carolina.

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Company Name: Jan Dils Attorneys at Law L.C.
Contact Person: Jan Dils
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Phone: (304) 428-8900
Address:963 Market St
City: Parkersburg
State: WV
Country: United States
Website: jandils.com