Military Injury & Nursing Care Lawyer in Brighton
Serving Ann Arbor & Other Areas of Michigan
The Veterans Millennium Health Care and Benefits Act (VMBA) was signed into law in 1999. It provides for the long-term health care needs of veterans, including expanded provisions for nursing home care. If you are a veteran with service-connected disabilities, the VMBA may provide you with alternatives to nursing home care.
At the Nawrocki Center for Elder Law, Special Needs & Disability Planning, PLLC, our Brighton veteran's benefits attorneys assist clients in understanding and applying for military injury benefits and other important veteran's benefits. Contact our law office today for an appointment to discuss your VMBA nursing care needs and other veteran's medical benefits.
Our firm offers compassionate and knowledgeable guidance from attorney Nancy C. Nawrocki and Lisa H. Beatty. They are certified by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to help clients and their families prepare and present their benefit claims tied to their military service. Our legal team knows the law. We can help your case proceed smoothly and efficiently through the VA system.
VMBA Nursing Care Qualification for a Military Injury
The VMBA gives the VA the authority to expand eligibility for nursing care to veterans with a service-related injury or disease that requires them to have nursing care for a disabling injury determined to be 70 percent or more.
The VA may rate a disabled veteran in two ways:
- A single disabling injury rated at 70 percent or more
- Multiple disabling injuries rated collectively at 70 percent or more
Most services-related care benefits for assisted living, in-home care, or skilled nursing home care require some degree of disability from an injury suffered during a veteran's service, a previous injury that was aggravated during service or a disabling injury resulting from treatment received in a VA facility or by its medical staff.
Contact Our Southeast Michigan Veterans Benefits Attorney
If you have suffered a military injury resulting in a disability that requires some form of nursing care services, our firm provides the background, resources, and compassionate service that veterans, their dependents, and other loved ones seek when pursuing veterans benefits through an existing program or the Veterans Millennium Health Care and Benefits Act.
Contact the Nawrocki Center today to schedule an appointment to discuss your VA benefit concerns with our Brighton elder law attorneys.