Learn about PTSD and Other Mental Health Claims due to Military Sexual Trauma
We help veterans who cannot work due to their service-connected disabilities receive a 100 percent disability rating based on individual unemployability, or TDIU.
Many veterans, both combat and non-combat, experienced trauma during their service. We help veterans get service connection for PTSD, including PTSD caused my military sexual trauma (MST).
If the Board of Veterans’ Appeals denied your claim, it isn't the end of the road. You can still appeal to the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims. The process at the Court is significantly different than the process before the VA. Our attorneys know the law, they know the process, and they know how to argue and win before the Court.
I help veterans with their claims for Service-Connection for Physical Disabilities. This includes claims for service-connection for lower back injuries, injuries to the cervical spine, injuries and disease of the extremities, and other types of injuries to the body.
If you served in the Vietnam Conflict, or a family member, and have not been granted medical disability benefit for conditions caused by Agent Orange exposure our law office may be of assistance to you.
Many cases involving TBI patients require medical expertise and substantial documentation. Often, the VA does not properly evaluate TBI claims, and fails to fully address the long-term symptoms associated with the illness. It is best to contact a professional who has experience with TBI-related cases. Sean Kendall's office has worked with veterans claims for over 20 years.
Gulf War syndrome (GWS) is a chronic multisymptom disorder affecting returning military veterans and civilian workers of the Persian Gulf War.
A variety of benefits and services are offered to the spouses, children, and parents of veterans who are either deceased or disabled with a service-connected disability. But oftentimes the VA denies their claims or the claimants are unaware of their eligibility.
The office of Sean Kendall, Attorney-at-Law, helps veterans obtain the benefits to which they are entitled. If you are dealing with a VA claim, we may be able to help you. Sean is experienced in VA law and can provide answers to your questions.
Attorneys fees for representation before the VA are often a question. We work on a continency-fee basis, which means, if we don't win, you don't pay.
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