Veteran’s Benefits

You served our great country, now our Overland Park Veteran’s benefits attorneys want to serve you by helping you obtain the benefits you deserve

As a Veteran, you agreed to make sacrifices in order to protect the rights of our great nation. Many Veterans even make the ultimate sacrifice to protect these rights and our freedom. Because of your selfless act of serving our country, you or your family may be entitled to certain Veteran’s benefits. Unfortunately, the process of applying for and getting approved for these benefits can be more complicated than it should be. That is where we come in.

When applying for Veteran’s benefits through the VA, the process is often lengthy, complicated and frustrating. At Stockton & Stern LLC, our Veteran’s benefits attorneys are accredited by the Department of Veterans Affairs, and we guarantee a turnaround time of 90 days. Our knowledgeable VA-accredited attorneys work diligently to obtain the benefits you deserve, quickly and compassionately. We work with Veterans in Overland Park, Gardner and surrounding areas.

Who we help obtain Veteran’s benefits

Veteran’s benefits are available for Veterans and their surviving spouses or surviving children who meet specific criteria. We help anyone entitled to Veteran’s benefits expedite their application process and obtain the benefits they deserve. You may be entitled to Veteran’s benefits if you are a:

Veteran

In order to be classified as a Veteran, you must have served actively in the military or armed forces and have been discharged as honorable or general under honorable conditions. In certain circumstances, an individual may still qualify as a Veteran if their discharge conditions are uncharacterized, but this is on a case-by-case basis.

Surviving Spouse

If you are the surviving spouse of an active duty service member or Veteran who died because of service-related injuries, you may qualify for Veteran’s benefits if you meet certain low-income requirements and the deceased Veteran also met specified requirements.

Surviving Children

If you are the surviving child of an active duty service member or Veteran who died because of service-related injuries, you may qualify for Veteran’s benefits if you meet certain low-income requirements, are under the age of 18 or under the age of 23 and attending a VA approved school, or are permanently incapable of supporting yourself because of a disability that occurred before you reached age 18. The deceased Veteran must also have met specified requirements for you to qualify as a surviving child.

Veteran’s benefits you may be entitled to

There are a number of different Veteran’s benefits you may be entitled to. We help people qualified to receive Veteran’s benefits obtain the benefits they deserve in a timely manner. Your Veteran’s benefits could include:

It is important to know there are specific criteria you must meet in order to qualify for Veteran’s benefits. If you are unsure if you qualify, you should speak with one of our knowledgeable VA-accredited benefits attorneys today to determine if you qualify.

Leading Overland Park Veteran’s benefits lawyers move quickly to obtain results for you

If you have been denied for Veteran’s benefits or are unsure whether you qualify for Veteran’s benefits, contact the trusted VA-accredited Veteran’s benefits attorneys at Stockton & Stern, LLC. We have the experience needed to be your trusted advisors through the entire Veteran’s benefits application process. To schedule an appointment call us at 913-856-2828 or contact us online today. We have offices conveniently located in Gardner and Overland Park, and are available to meet you at your home if needed.