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VA TBI Lawyer Virginia

Traumatic brain injuries can occur in combat, and members of service can suffer greatly. If you have sustained a head injury during your service, then you may be eligible to receive disability benefit compensation. Gregory M. Rada, Attorney at Law is a veteran himself, and takes pride in offering legal assistance to veterans in need. He understands that service members give up so much for the greater good and deserve to be taken care of when needed. If you have questions about your eligibility for VA disability benefits, then contact our VA TBI lawyer as soon as possible. Greg can meet with you to learn more about your individual situation over a consultation.

TBIs In Combat

Service members can sustain traumatic brain injuries in combat or when performing other service-related responsibilities. If you have suffered a head injury, and have residuals of a TBI, then you may qualify for disability compensation benefits. Residuals of a TBI are categorized together into general symptoms. Examples of physical symptom residuals can be headaches or migraines, bone fractures, degraded vision, fever, difficulty speaking or eating, fatigue, loss of sense of touch or hearing, and more. Cognitive effects can entail memory loss, lack of concentration or attention, lack of reasoning or judgment, hindered ability to understand information, communication problems, and reduced ability to assemble, plan, and organize. Veterans may also experience behavioral and emotional TBI residual symptoms such as agitation, anxiety, impulsiveness, frustration, depression, regression, repetitiveness, and inability to control emotions and impulsive behavior.

Traumatic Brain Injury Evaluation

The VA provides compensation for veterans who have TBI residual symptoms. These symptoms are categorized into four categories, including physical dysfunction, emotional/behavioral, subjective symptoms, and cognitive impairment. If a TBI residual symptom is ratable based on the diagnostic code, then it should receive a schedule rating accordingly. If you have questions about this assessment, contact Greg right away. There are times when the VA makes decisions that are not correct or fair based on the veteran’s case. Our VA TBI attorney understands that receiving benefits can make a difference in someone’s life. Veterans deserve support after everything they have been through.

Gregory M. Rada, Attorney At Law

Greg has been representing fellow veterans since 2012. He began his law firm so that veterans had access to legal insight from someone who was a veteran himself. He exclusively handles VA disability benefits, survivor benefit appeals, and pension at all levels of the VA process. Before becoming a VA TBI attorney, he served in the United States Air Force as a C-17 loadmaster, earning a Staff Sergeant ranking. He served in Iraqi Freedom and Operations Enduring Freedom, with over 2,000 flying hours and more than 800 combat flying hours. To speak with Gregory M. Rada, Attorney at Law about your case, do not hesitate to reach out to book a consultation. You can trust that Greg is on your side and ready to advocate for your right to VA benefits.

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"Greg is an amazing lawyer that you should hire! I wanted someone who was also in the military and could understand how the VA system works to help me win my appeal for my TDIU benefits, and he managed to win my case. Thanks again!"
Pauline O'Connell
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