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South Carolina Veterans Disability Lawyer

Are You Losing Thousands in Veterans Benefits Every Month? We Want to Help You!

Why Choose Us?

  • Veteran-Owned Law Firm
  • Personal Attention & Step-by-Step Service
  • Client Recommended

We believe many Veterans aren't getting all the benefits they may be entitled to. You may be entitled to a higher disability rating, even TDIU, and thousands more in income every month. Our firm fights to get you the money and benefits you deserve. We fight to get you more benefits for the future and we'll fight to get you any back benefits the government may owe you for your service-connected disability.

We're helping disabled veterans who have:

A Physical Disability, that is:

  1. A single disability rated at 60% or more.
  2. Due to a service-related injury, and
  3. Can't work because of that disability

A Mental Disability, that is

  1. A service-connected disability for any mental disorder.
  2. Can't work because of that disorder, and
  3. The VA has not granted you a 100% rating.

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Veteran-Owned Law Firm
I'm Attorney George Sink, Sr. and I'm a disabled veteran. My firm is tired of the backlog and bureaucracy in VA benefits, and we are now helping a select group of veterans get all the benefits they deserve. We'll treat you with the respect you earned because we honor your service and your sacrifice.

In business over 40 years
Our law firm has been helping people with Auto Accidents, on-the-job injuries and social security disability benefits for many years. In those practice areas, we have helped well over 40,000 clients. See what they have to say.

Veterans Disability Attorney

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) provides benefits to veterans with service-connected disabilities. Throughout the years, the VA has become known for being highly selective when reviewing disability claims, which is one reason why many veterans may not receive all benefits they deserve. If you or someone you love is looking to apply for benefits or appeal an unfair disability rating, our team of veterans disability attorneys are here to help!

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George Sink Fought for Our Country! Now He Fights For Disabled Vets!

At George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers, our VA disability attorneys are passionate about guiding the men and women who served our country through the challenging VA disability claim process. Attorney George Sink, Sr. our firm's founding lawyer, is himself a disabled Marine veteran who served two tours of duty in Vietnam. As a disabled veteran, Attorney George Sink, Sr. knows the struggles other disabled veterans face, and he and his veteran disability attorneys and staff are dedicated to helping them secure the benefits they deserve.

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Why Work with George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers?

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Attorney George Sink, Sr. and our entire legal team have a long history of helping injured and disabled people navigate their legal journeys, and we're committed to providing personal service, passionate support, and strong representation. We will represent qualified veterans from all branches of the military whose service-related disabilities have affected their lives and ability to work.

We provide clients with step-by-step assistance throughout the process to improve their chances of securing monthly disability benefits. It's important to note that the VA uses strict qualifying criteria when determining whether or not a veteran may be eligible to receive disability benefits:

  • Veterans must have a disability incurred or made worse as a result of their military service, including active duty, active duty for training, or inactive duty training.
  • Veterans must not have been dishonorably discharged.
  • Veterans must be at least 10% disabled due to their physical condition or mental health condition.

Total Disability Due to Individual Unemployability (TDIU)

Veterans whose service-connected disabilities prevent them from working may be entitled to Total Disability due to Total Individual Unemployability (TDIU) benefits. This designation allows veterans to be paid at the 100% rate, even if the VA has not rated their disability at the total level. TDIU benefits are incredibly beneficial to veterans who are not able to work and earn wages to support themselves and their family. Because TDIU benefits are not easy to obtain, our legal team works tirelessly to help veterans explore their TDIU eligibility and pursue total compensation.

Call (888) 612-7001 for a FREE Disability Consultation

Our veterans disability lawyers are prepared to review your current situation, discuss your rights and eligibility, and explain precisely how we intend to help you through the VA claim process. Our legal team based in South Carolina is available 24/7 and can work with Veterans throughout the USA from one of our several office locations.

To request a FREE case review, call (888) 612-7001 or fill out an online case evaluation form.

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Resources for Vets

At George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers, we understand that there are many veterans who struggle to obtain the medical care and benefits they need and deserve for their service to our country. If you are a veteran or have a family who needs care, check out these helpful links for further information on the resources that are available to you. The My Health VA website, Patient advocate program, Vet Centers, and Veterans Choice Act may help you see a doctor sooner. If you have further questions after perusing the resources available here, feel free to contact us to schedule a free consultation.

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