Attorney Sean Kendall Explains The Complexities of Veterans Disability
In 1968, a US Military Veteran was exposed to blood on a helicopter reconnaissance mission. A wounded soldier came on board the helicopter and the soldier received his first and only exposure to blood in combat. 25 years later, he developed Hepatitis C and eventually died as a result. Veterans Affairs refused to identify this as a service related death and would not pay his spouse and family the benefits they needed. After a thorough investigation, proper evidence was found and medical experts agreed that this was a viable scenario. Sean Kendall was able to secure benefits not only for the spouse but for his children too, who we able to get an education benefit. Without the help of an experienced Veterans Disability lawyer, this family would have been left with nothing.
If you or a loved one has suffered a physical or emotional injury while serving in the US Military and were discharged under honorable conditions, please don't hesitate to contact Boulder, Colorado attorney Sean Kendall at 1-877-629-1712. seankendalllaw.net/practice_areas/veterans-affairs-lawyer-obtain-your-veterans-disability-benefits.cfm