Special Monthly Compensation Lawyers for Disabled Veterans
ROB LEVINE, VETERANS DISABILITY LAWYER | WE HANDLE CASES FOR VETERANS ACROSS THE NATION!
SPECIAL MONTHLY COMPENSATION (SMC) LAWYERS FOR VETERANS
SMC, or Special Monthly Compensation, is a confusing and often very frustrating area of VA compensation for disabled service men and women. In general, SMC is designed to provide additional compensation for veterans above and beyond your disability pay. SMC may be awarded to veterans who have lost the use of certain organs or limbs, or who are housebound and require regular care.
HOW AN EXPERIENCED VETERANS’ DISABILITY LAWYER CAN HELP
If you have, or think you may have, an SMC-related issue, call my office today. We’ll help you navigate the minefield of working the VA system.Learn More
HOW SMC WORKS
SMC may be awarded under the following circumstances:
- Loss of use of limb, hand or foot;
- Blindness in both eyes or deafness in both ears;
- Loss of use of a creative organ;
- Where there is a disability rated at 100% with an additional, separate disability rated at 60% or more; or
- Where there is a disability rated at 100% and the veteran requires regular aid and attendance
Do you think you qualify for SMC benefits? Call Rob Levine and Associates, and I will review your case for free. If you do have a claim, we’ll make sure you get the maximum amount in SMC compensation coming to you.
Call me today for your free consultation. I’m fighting on your side.
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A lawyer is also a great resource for addressing questions about what types of compensation you may be eligible to receive and explaining how to approach your personal injury claim altogether.
Personal injury cases have a statute of limitations, and most of them are between two and four years, depending upon the state in which you reside. As such, it’s of the utmost importance that you consult an attorney today to file your claim immediately.
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