Greensboro Veterans Benefits Lawyer
Looking for a Greensboro veterans benefits lawyer? Perhaps you’ve been injured or suffered illness in the course of service to your country. If so, you may be entitled to veterans disability payments, and our North Carolina veterans benefits lawyers with experience in Greensboro may be able to help.
We have been serving North Carolina veterans — including many in the Greensboro area and elsewhere in the Triad — for more than three decades.
It is an honor to fight for those who fought for us.
Please call (336) 516-9066 for a FREE consultation with a veterans benefits lawyer serving clients in Greensboro and the Triad.
There is no cost for the consultation and you won’t pay any attorney fees unless we get VA disability benefits for you. In certain cases, we can even help improve your disability rating.
Call (336) 516-9066 or complete the fast and easy online form below for a free consultation and case review.
We are proud to serve veterans in Greensboro and the surrounding Triad, and we would love to help you seek the justice and benefits you deserve.
Thank you for your service. Justice Counts for North Carolina veterans.
“By far the best law firm that actually cares about helping veterans.”
–B.F., Riddle & Brantley client
How does VA disability work?
Veterans disability benefits are available for those who have served in active duty, inactive duty for training, or active duty for training and have suffered injury or illness resulting in at least partial disability.
IMPORTANT: Disability that qualifies you for VA disability payments must have been incurred in the course of duty, but does not need to be the result of active combat.
If you were injured while on base, for instance, you may qualify for benefits. A veterans benefits lawyer with experience in Greensboro can help you determine your eligibility and the best way to pursue your claim.
VA disability comes in the form of monthly payments.
The specific amount you are entitled to depends on the “disability rating” assigned to you by the VA based on the unique facts and circumstances of your case and supporting medical evidence.
Many factors can influence your VA disability rating, which is determined as a percentage rounded to the nearest ten (e.g. “20%,” “70%” or “100%”).
The amount of disability payments associated with specific ratings is determined by the law and may be increased depending on whether or not you are married or have dependent children.
For a FREE consultation with an experienced veterans benefits lawyer serving Greensboro and the Piedmont Triad, please call (336) 516-9066.
There are no upfront costs and no attorney fees unless we successfully secure VA disability payments for you.
Please call (336) 516-9066 or contact us online for a free, no-obligation case review.
We serve all North Carolina veterans, including those who have served at:
- Fort Bragg in Fayetteville
- Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville
- Seymour Johnson Air Force Base in Goldsboro
- Cherry Point in Havelock
VA-Accredited Disability Lawyer Serving Greensboro NC
Our veterans benefits law team is led by Scott Scurfield, a VA-accredited veterans benefits lawyer with experience serving clients in Greensboro and across North Carolina.
Scott has been practicing law for more than 30 years and has actively represented veterans in their disability cases since 2011 (the government has only allowed attorneys to represent veterans in disability appeals since 2007).
“It’s an honor serving those who have served our country. We are committed to fighting for North Carolina veterans to get them the disability benefits they deserve.”
–Scott Scurfield, Riddle & Brantley VA-accredited disability attorney
When you’re represented by Scott Scurfield, you not only have a passionate advocate fighting on your behalf, but you’re also supported by case managers and paralegals committed to your success.
For a FREE, no-obligation consultation with the veterans benefits team at Riddle & Brantley, please call (336) 516-9066.
There are no attorney fees unless we successfully obtain the VA disability benefits you need and deserve.
Have you previously been denied veterans benefits?
If you’ve been denied by the VA, do not be discouraged. In fact, roughly 30 percent of veteran disability claims are denied. You have options to appeal.
According to a report by the National Center for Policy Analysis, errors may be made in as many as 60 percent of VA disability denials.
A Riddle & Brantley VA disability lawyer with experience in Greensboro and the Triad may be able to help you win your appeal.
“Many of our attorneys and staff have close family ties to our military and we are proud to fight on behalf of North Carolina veterans.”
–Gene Riddle, attorney and managing partner, Riddle & Brantley
Need a Greensboro veterans benefits attorney?
The experienced North Carolina veterans disability lawyers at Riddle & Brantley may be able to help. We can even come to you if it’s more convenient.
For a FREE consultation, please call (336) 516-9066 or complete the short form below.
The consultation is free and there are no upfront costs or attorney fees unless we get you the disability benefits you need and deserve. We can also help with any Social Security disability claim in Greensboro you may have, as well.
If you’ve served our country honorably, we thank you for your service and would love to help you seek the benefits you deserve if we can.
Because we work on a contingency basis, hiring us to represent you in your claim is very affordable. You won’t pay any attorney fees unless we win your case — and you receive VA disability benefits.
Remember, you don’t have to have been injured in combat to qualify for VA disability payments.
Please call (336) 516-9066 to speak with a veterans benefits lawyer serving Greensboro and the Piedmont Triad.
We will review your case, advise you on your best legal options, and if you decide to hire us we will fight aggressively for the benefits you are entitled to.
Call Riddle & Brantley at (336) 516-9066 today and let’s review your case.
Justice Counts for our veterans in North Carolina.