Types of Veterans Benefits
There are several types of veterans benefits you or your loved ones may able to receive, such as:
The Servicemen’s Readjustment Act—also known as the G.I. Bill—may provide you with tuition assistance, job training, and career assessment options. Veterans are eligible for the G.I. Bill if they completed high school and received fully honorable discharges from the military.
Home Loans and Grants
The VA provides home loans at reduced rates for veterans who served at least six years in the military reserve/National Guard or a certain number of days on active duty. In addition, you or your loved one may be eligible for housing grants if you have service-related disabilities.
If you or your loved one was injured in the line of duty, you may qualify for disability compensation. The amount you can receive depends on the severity of your injury and how much it affects your ability to work.
Veterans and their families may also be approved for other benefits, like insurance, burial benefits, survivor benefits programs, and more. The veterans benefits lawyers at Cofman Townsley are here to help you file or appeal a claim for the benefits your family is owed.
Your Hometown Law Firm
When you need veterans benefits, you need a law firm that cares about veterans in the community. If you, your husband, wife, child, or other loved one served in the military and didn’t get the benefits he or she earned, we want to help. Our veterans benefits lawyers will stand up to the VA and fight for your rights. Dial (888) 223-6225 or complete our free online form.