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with a disability claim?
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ROB LEVINE, VETERANS DISABILITY LAWYER

AS A VETERAN, YOU'VE MADE AN INCREDIBLE SACRIFICE TO PROTECT OUR COUNTRY. NOW, IT'S TIME TO LET ROB LEVINE PROTECT YOU.

At Rob Levine and Associates, we work every day on behalf of those who have fought and sacrificed so much for our great country – our veterans.  As a former member of the National Guard, I have a special appreciation for the dedication, commitment, and bravery that our servicemen and women display in all areas of military life and engagement. Long ago, high respect for veterans was instilled in me, and I made a personal commitment to give back to them in any way I can.

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Our Veterans Disability team uses an all-hands-on-deck approach to fight the VA on your behalf. When you choose Rob Levine, you receive a personalized experience from an experienced advocate with a proven track record of success.

Are you entitled to VA disability benefits? To qualify, you generally need the following:
• Eligible military service;
• Eligible military discharge; and
• A current disability related to your service.

Whether you have been recently denied benefits, have a pending appeal, or haven’t applied yet, contact us today for your free case evaluation!

Rob Levine & Associates
Serving Veterans Nationwide

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LET US GO TO WORK FOR YOUR VETERANS DISABILITY BENEFITS

As a former member of the Rhode Island National Guard, Rob Levine is committed to serving disabled veterans in their fight to obtain VA benefits. His team is committed to delivering personalized service grounded in integrity, grit, and a commitment to excellence – all values instilled in Rob by the National Guard.

Rob Levine & Associates serves veterans nationwide in their VA disability compensation appeals. Our practice involves representation before the VA Regional Office and the Board of Veterans Appeals in Washington, D.C. The attorneys at Rob Levine have years of experience and are fully accredited by the Department of Veterans Affairs.

YOU’VE SEEN ENOUGH BATTLES. NOW LET US FIGHT FOR YOU.

Veterans who are represented obtain their disability benefits FASTER and receive MORE benefits than veterans who go through this process alone. When you choose our dedicated team at Rob Levine & Associates, we take an all-hands-on-deck approach to fight the VA and win your case. As part of our proven process, our team will:

  • File your appeal with the VA;
  • Construct a personal evidence development plan tailored to each claim;
  • Perform cutting-edge service record and medical research;
  • Draft a comprehensive legal brief in support of your appeal; and
  • Routinely follow up with you to provide an update on the status of your case.

 

Contact us today for your free case evaluation. Our expert attorneys know how to slash through the VA bureaucracy and make sure you get the WIN.

ARE YOU READY TO GET VA BENEFITS YOU DESERVE? HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT YOUR ELIGIBILITY:

In order to qualify for VA disability compensation, you must be a veteran. That means you served in the U.S. military, whether on active duty, active duty for training, or inactive duty for training. You also need an eligible discharge, or a discharge that is not dishonorable.

Next, you’ll need to prove that you have a current disability related to your service. To do this, you’ll generally need to provide evidence of the following:

  1. A current diagnosed disability;
  2. An in-service event, injury, disease, or stressor; and
  3. A medical connection (“nexus”) between the current disability and service.

 

If you’re an eligible veteran and you can prove all three things, the VA will recognize your entitlement to monetary benefits and will award Service Connection for a disability.

YOU’VE BEEN AWARDED SERVICE CONNECTION. WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?

When the VA grants service connection, it will then award a disability rating, which is based on the severity of the service-connected disability. Ratings are assigned in 10% increments from 0% to 100%. A veteran’s combination of service-connected ratings (called a “combined rating”) will determine the amount of monetary benefits he or she will receive each month.

The last aspect of an award of service connection is the effective date. The effective date is the start date of the veteran’s benefits. It is usually the date of the filed claim for benefits.

FIGHTING THE VA FOR YOUR BENEFITS

The VA often unfairly denies service connection for a disability related to a veteran’s service. Even after finally establishing benefits, the VA can assign a rating or effective date that is less than you deserve.

Rob Levine & Associates has the expert knowledge and experience to cut through VA’s red tape and win your case. We know the ins and outs of the VA’s system, and can get you more benefits, faster, and with more back pay. Contact us today for your free case evaluation.

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FAQs About Your

VA Disability Claim

Do I have to hire a Veterans Disability lawyer?
No, the VA does not require you to hire a lawyer for your appeal. However, remember that the VA also unfairly denied your benefits. Statistics show that veterans with representation receive more benefits, faster. The Veterans Disability attorneys at Rob Levine & Associates know the law as well as the ins and outs of the VA system. When you combine an experienced, knowledgeable Veterans Disability attorney with a veteran who can assist by explaining the details of the facts of a case, there is no better team to help you get the disability benefits that you deserve.
What does it cost to hire a Veterans Disability lawyer?
Rob Levine & Associates only gets paid if you win your appeal. If we assist you with an initial claim and you win, there is no fee. If we win your appeal, we are paid a percentage of your past-due benefits (also referred to as your retro award).  This means that we take nothing of your future benefits that we help you establish – we are just paid from your retro award. We will never ask for money upfront. If your case isn’t won, you pay us nothing.
What does a Veterans Disability lawyer do?
An effective attorney can put you in a position to win your appeal the first time around, saving you years of disappointment and frustration. Veterans’ claims often get caught in a cycle of denial, appeal, remand, denial, appeal, remand, denial, appeal, remand, and so on. An experienced attorney can effectively present the law and the facts to the VA the first time around, which in many instances gets veterans their disability benefits faster. When you choose our dedicated team of experts at Rob Levine & Associates to represent you, we take an all-hands-on-deck approach to win your case. As part of our proven process, our team will:
  • File your appeal with the VA;
  • Construct a personalized evidence development plan tailored to each claim;
  • Perform cutting-edge service record and medical research;
  • Draft a comprehensive legal brief in support of your appeal; and
  • Routinely follow up with you to provide an update on the status of your case.
Where do you provide services?
The fully accredited attorneys at Rob Levine & Associates represent veterans nationwide. Contact us today for a free case evaluation.
544 Douglas Ave
Providence RI 02908
Can I receive VA disability compensation and continue to work?
In the Social Security disability system, in order to receive benefits, the standard is, "you are not capable of any form of gainful employment.” Unlike Social Security Disability, you can work while receiving VA disability compensation. Your VA disability benefits is based on how your service-connected disabilities impact your ability to work.
Can I receive VA disability compensation and Social Security Disability benefits at the same time?
Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) does not have a barrier to net worth or income provisions. Regardless of the home, the vehicle you own, or investments you've made - or alimony or pension from previous employment, this would not prohibit you from receiving SSDI. Similarly, this would not prohibit you from qualifying and receiving VA disability benefits. Even if you were to qualify for a 100% TDIU rating, you would still qualify for SSDI benefits either under the SSDI guidelines or the VA Disability guidelines.

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