Getting the Pension Benefits You Deserve in Michigan
Brighton & West Branch Veteran’s Benefits Lawyers
If you served in America's armed forces and were injured during a wartime period as designated by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), you are eligible to receive pension benefits that can help you and your dependent family members pay for your health care and other living expenses.
The Nawrocki Center for Elder Law, Special Needs & Disability Planning, PLLC in Brighton & West Branch, Michigan, provides the background and experience that clients in Ann Arbor and nearby areas count on for help with their elder law and veterans benefits needs.
Contact our Brighton & West Branch veteran’s benefits attorney to discuss your
needs in a confidential consultation.
Qualifying For Military Pension Benefits
Qualification to collect a pension benefit requires an honorable discharge and a service-related injury spanning a qualifying wartime conflict:
- World War II service period of December 7, 1941, to December 31, 1946
- Korean War, including service between June 27, 1950, to January 31, 1955
- Vietnam War from February 28, 1961, to May 7, 1975
- Persian Gulf Wars beginning on August 2, 1990
It is important for recently discharged and retired veterans to remember that the VA considers the first Persian Gulf War to be an open wartime conflict. This means that qualifying veterans from the current Iraq and Afghanistan wars are eligible to receive pension benefits now. An experienced Brighton & West Branch elder lawyer at our firm is ready to help you collect your rightful veteran’s benefits.
Find Benefit Certification for Your Wartime Disability
Whether you suffered an amputation from a roadside bomb or lung cancer caused by Agent Orange exposure, our skilled and attentive handling of your case can provide you with a pension that is tax-free and does not impede qualification for Medicaid, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), or other medical benefits.
Contact the Nawrocki Center or call our Brighton & West Branch VA benefits attorneys at (810) 893-5277 for an appointment to discuss military pension eligibility and experienced guidance obtaining this and other important veteran's benefits.