WORLDWIDE REPRESENTATION FROM A DISABILITY EVALUATION SYSTEM LAWYER
Whether you are in the Army, Navy, Air Force, or Marines, you are entitled to benefits if injured while serving your country. The military disability evaluation system will determine the benefits you receive according to the extent of your injury. A military attorney can help ensure the benefits you receive are fair.
If you have been disabled while in the military and would like experienced representation you know you can trust, contact military lawyer Patrick J. McLain.
The disability assessment process is conducted in two stages. The Medical Evaluation Board (MEB) will determine whether your injury compromises your ability to return to duty. The Physical Evaluation Board (PEB) is the authoritative body that actually decides whether you are unfit for further military service. The PEB also determines your disability rating, ranging from 0 to 100 percent disabled.
THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE & VETERANS AFFAIRS DISABILITY RATINGS
Both the Department of Defense (DOD) and Veterans Affairs (VA) evaluate a service member according to the disability evaluation system. The primary difference is that the DOD only considers the physical condition when establishing a disability rating, while the VA considers the mental condition and other effects of the disability.
INDEPENDENT REPRESENTATION FROM AN EXPERIENCED LAWYER
Patrick J. McLain is a well-qualified civilian army disability evaluation system lawyer. His only objective is to make sure you receive the full benefits you deserve for your disability.
Under Attorney McLain's guidance, our legal team can help make sure your evaluation is fair. We will even fly you to Dallas when possible to have your injury reviewed by an independent physician.
CONTACT A MILITARY LAW ATTORNEY YOU CAN TRUST
Is your injury under review by the Marines, Navy, Air Force, or Army disability evaluation system? We can help ensure your rights are protected.
Call us today at (214) 416-9100 or e-mail our military law firm to schedule an initial consultation with former Marine and experienced military law attorney Patrick J. McLain.