Oklahoma City Veterans Benefits Lawyer
How is it possible that our nation’s greatest heroes are not receiving the benefits they deserve?
We welcome the opportunity to serve those who have served our country. Many veterans and their families are eligible for veterans benefits but do not receive them.
There are several reasons:
The Aid and Attendance Pension Program is one of the most helpful benefits and also one of the most underutilized.
This program allows an eligible veteran to receive over $23,000 per year for medical expenses and long-term care:
The vast majority of applications are initially denied even when the veteran and/or the widowed spouse are indeed eligible. Denis Rischard is an accredited VA attorney. This means he has been given the authority by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to prepare, present and pursue claims for Veterans Benefits before the VA. His extensive experience can streamline the process and help you receive the maximum amount of benefits to which you are entitled.
To be eligible for Aid and Attendance, a veteran must:
If you meet all of these requirements but have too many assets and/or too much income to qualify, we may be able to assist you. One possible way is to structure your estate in such a way that you can pass the income and asset test to become eligible for Aid and Attendance.
Even if you have been denied this benefit in the past, we still may be able to help.