On March 4, 1865, President Abraham Lincoln delivered his second inaugural address where he promised:
“To care for him who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow, and his orphan.”
These words declared that the duty of the government will be to serve, honor, and care for those injured during the war and to provide for the families of those who perished on the battlefield.
As a benefit to serving our country, you may be entitled to assistance from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). The VA is the federal agency responsible for serving the needs of veterans by providing health care, disability compensation and rehabilitation, education assistance, home loans, burial in a national cemetery, and other services.
You Served. You Deserve.
Veterans who served in the U.S. armed forces are eligible for disability benefits based on several strict requirements. If you are a U.S. veterans and have tried to obtain disability benefits from VA, but have hit a dead end, contact my office today for a free consultation.
Following the consultation I will:
· Collect your history
· Obtain medical records
· Advise you on you VA eligibility
· And most importantly – be your voice!
Let me serve you, and help honor your commitment to our country.
Standley Law Office
3848 Sun City Center Blvd. #104-14, Ruskin, FL 33573