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    Is It Time to Get What’s Fair and Right?

    Putting yourself at risk for the safety and security of your country is something that should earn you a lifelong place of honor and economic independence.

    If your military service damaged your health, Veterans’ Disability benefits through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) are an important part of the support your country owes you.

    But like all enormous government programs, dealing with VA Disability benefits can be trying.

    You have to prove that your health impairments are connected to your service. You have to argue for a higher VA Disability rating and level of benefits.

    The Veterans’ Disability lawyers at Silver & Archibald know how to navigate this system for you. And if your health problems leave you unable to work, we can also help you get Social Security Disability benefits.

    Our Georgia disability attorneys have helped thousands of people.

    We’re in Northeast Georgia, and we help veterans wherever they live in Georgia, Augusta, Savannah, Columbus—every Georgia community. We can work with you by phone, internet, and in person.

    And for military veterans, you can be anywhere in the country and get help from Silver & Archibald to build a more secure life.

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    A solder in fatigues sits on a couch, a row of windows behind him, looks down, and puts his hands behind his head. Silver & Archibald lawyers in Georgia help with VA Malpractice cases.

    Did You Experience VA Malpractice?

    Sometimes armed forces veterans who get VA medical care suffer harm from the medical treatment they receive.

    You may not think of that as a “service-connected” injury, but it is a special kind of case that you can seek benefits and compensation for.

    Silver & Archibald Veterans’ Disability attorneys stand up for former service members who experience VA malpractice committed by VA medical centers, doctors, and other health care providers.

    As a military veteran whose VA medical care caused more damage to your health, you have two ways to pursue compensation for VA medical malpractice:

    • 1151 Claims: You can add to your VA Disability benefits if you show that negligent VA medical care made your service-connected health impairments worse or caused new health problems. This treats your new conditions as if they are service-connected. The number refers to the law that created this kind of case.
    • FTCA Claims: When your health was damaged by the actions of a federal government employee, such as VA hospital employees, you can file a claim under the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA). You start with a complaint to the government and then likely go to federal court, where you seek a financial settlement for your injury.

    When you sacrificed and suffered because of your military service, you deserve respect and gratitude from your country. You also deserve real support, not just words.

    For a more economically secure life—a life of greater dignity and peace—get VA Disability help from Silver & Archibald.

    Answers to Common Questions About Social Security Disability & Veterans’ Disability

    Social Security Disability and Veterans’ Disability are both huge programs with vast sets of rules. And they don’t coordinate with each other. As a resource for you as you sort out your disability claim, the disability lawyers at Silver & Archibald have prepared answers to some of the most common questions people have.

    Common Disability Benefits Questions »

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