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Qualifying for VA Disability webinar
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Affleck and Gordon have fielded countless questions from veterans about how to obtain VA Disability benefits. Watch this video to watch VA accredited attorneys dive into this topic and explain the steps for pushing forward with your claim.
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This webinar discusses:
- Three main types of disability claims
Compensation and other benefits connected to VA disability benefits
- Next steps to move your claim forward
Often, qualifying for VA disability is complicated by the nature of your condition. For instance, you may be applying for multiple claims at once, a condition may have worsened, or a new disability may occur. Keeping good records and obtaining expert advice is always a great start. An attorney experienced in Veterans’ disability law can advise you, help you file appeals, assist you with proper and complete documentation, and can fight for you and with you as you navigate your next steps.
The live webinar took place on August 13th, 2020
About the Presenters
Harry Brenner, Attorney at Law
Harry has represented clients in over 1,000 social security disability hearings. He works on cases at the Initial, Reconsideration, Hearing, and Appeals Council levels of review. He has appealed and fought many denied claims over the years.
Harry enjoys meeting new clients in the Metro Atlanta communities and is a member of the Georgia Bar Association and Atlanta Bar Association. Harry prides himself on going the extra step for his clients to ensure they get the benefits they deserve despite the hurdles and obstacles along the way.
Allison Affleck, Attorney at Law
At Affleck and Gordon, Allison focuses primarily on Social Security Disability cases. She continues to earn the respect of judges and of her clients for her professionalism, attention to detail, and commitment to providing personalized, effective representation.
Allison is currently a member of the Georgia Bar Association, Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, and also a part of the HeLP Legal Services Clinic, where she worked on children’s SSI disability cases.