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October 25, 2013
Each day, a growing number of soldiers are returning from service overseas with conditions that leave them unable to work. The Ohio Veterans Disability Lawyers with Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy explain that many of these individuals depend on benefits they receive from the government as their primary source of income; however, the process to get approved for such benefits can be quite complex and drawn-out, especially in Ohio.
An article from News Net 5 states the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) office in Cleveland, Ohio, is one of the slowest in the nation when it comes to processing disability claims for soldiers and veterans. Data from the VA indicates the office has an average processing time of 464 days for each disability claim. The national average is 376 days, or almost three months faster than the Cleveland office.
In an effort to meet a goal of processing all claims for benefits within 125 days, the VA has moved to digital processing, which allows the processing system to go paperless. Experts say this should significantly reduce wait times for claims.
The law firm and their team of Ohio Personal Injury Lawyers are aware of how confusing the process for receiving veterans disability benefits can be. That is why the firm urges anyone considering applying for such benefits to discuss their legal options with a reputable attorney first.
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