Why Choose Sean Kendall
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Veterans' benefits lawyer Sean Kendall has been working to help veterans since his student days at The George Washington University in Washington D.C. In fact, he has been actively studying and pursuing justice for veterans since the inception of the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims in 1988, participating in precedent-setting cases such as Ephraim v. Brown (5 Vet. App. 549).
Since starting his own practice in the early 1990s, Sean has been helping veterans on thousands of cases all over the U.S. His travels include recent cases in California, Florida, North Carolina, Illinois, Colorado, and other Western States.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims is one of the few federal courts created since the colonies became states and ratified the United States Constitution. Prior to the court's creation, there was no judicial recourse for veterans who were denied their promised benefits. Imagine, no judicial forum for veterans from the Revolutionary War through the Civil War to the Great War, World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War.
Thankfully, the VA no longer has the final say when it comes to your benefits. Sean Kendall has extensive experience handling all kinds of claims before the VA and the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims, including claims for:
- Physical traumas/disabilities: including lower back disabilities, cervical spine injuries, and gunshot wounds (GSWs)
- Psychiatric traumas/disabilities: including service-connected schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
- Employment Issues: If you can't work due to your service-related disorders, you should be paid at the 100 percent rate.
Winning the battle with the bureaucrats and prevailing in your VA disability case often depends on having the right expert witness to testify in your case.
Sean Kendall has collaborated with a network of experts to win claims worth hundreds of thousands of dollars for his clients. He also continues to work extensively with Veterans Service Organizations (VSOs), and is even helping our newest veterans who've served in Afghanistan and Iraq. He has appeared in court before all of the current judges of the veterans' appeals court and knows the right things to say to help you win on your day in court.
If you're a veteran of any branch of the U.S. military with a physical or emotional disability claim against the VA, contact an experienced VA attorney today at (877) 629-1712. Call toll free now. You served. You deserve your benefits.
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