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We Cut Down the Red Tape – Today, Tomorrow and Forever!
We understand how trying having a loved one in the military can be, frankly, it can be as hard on a spouse as it is on the person who is actually fighting to keep the United States safe. The only thing that can possibly make it worse is the loss of the loved one who is on active duty, that is truly earth-shattering.
It’s typical, and okay, to feel an uncomfortable sense of loss, and uncertainty in terms of what lies ahead, coupled together with frustration building up towards the Veterans Administration, and it’s troublesome to say the least. If you, or someone you know is currently going through a situation similar to the above, please reach out to Marcari, Russotto, Spencer and Balaban.
I Am a Survivor, How Am I Able to Claim Benefits?
The Veterans Administration requires survivors to do the following if they’d like to claim benefits:
- Complete an 21P-534 form, which is a VA form entitled, “Application for Dependency and Indemnity Compensation, Death Pension and Accrued Benefits by a Surviving Spouse or Child” and once complete mail it back to your regional office.
You can also:
- Hire one of the incredible, accredited representatives working for Marcari, Russotto, Spencer and Balban and have them assist you in the process.
- Head to a VA regional office and have an employee assist you in filing out any forms that are necessary.
Veterans’ Disability Benefits Claim Denied?
We represent clients nationwide. Call 866-866-VETS
I Need Specific Documents To Be Approved?
To be approved, you are required to have the following information present:
- Information showing that the service member in question died while on active duty, active duty for training, or inactive duty training.
- Information showing that the veteran in question died from an injury or disease that is service-related.
- Information showing that the veteran in question died from an injury or disease that was not service-connected, but was receiving VA compensation for a service-based disability prior to this, and it was rated as totally disabling, because of the fact that:
- It was for at least ten (10) years immediately following death.
- The veteran in question was released from active duty and it was for a minimum of at least five (5) years immediately following death.
- It was for at least one year before death, if the veteran in question was a former prisoner of war (POW) who died on a date past the 30th of Sept., 1999.
Schedule a Free Consultation Today if You Think You Qualify for Survivor’s Benefits!
If you, or someone you love, has lost a loved one due to a death while serving our country, don’t wait another minute – contact Marcari, Russotto, Spencer and Balaban today, or simply call us now at (866) 866-VETS. We’re always available to talk to you, and there are no hidden fees to speak to us about your claim(s). Our firm works on contingency, so there are no fees whatsoever unless we win your claim for benefits. We’re accredited to represent you anywhere within the United States, so even if you can’t make it to one of our offices, we can still help you along the way.