Veteran’s Benefits and Disabilities
Our country has a duty to care for its Veterans. You served your country and now you have a service-related injury or condition. You deserve compassionate care but receiving VA disability benefits is often a complicated process filled with bureaucracy and rejection.
Travis Juneau understands the toll serving your country can have on both mind and spirit. Travis is a Marine and did 4 and half years of active duty. You’re entitled to your VA Benefits and Travis can help make sure you get what you deserve.
If you’re a veteran, or the spouse of a veteran, and you need legal assistance contact Travis today. You don’t need to hold the burden of figuring out the VA’s convoluted benefits process or fighting for fair veteran’s disability compensation.
Serving in any branch of the Armed Forces qualifies a veteran for disability benefits.
Having a medically diagnosed illness, injury, or condition that was caused or made worse by your service could mean you’re eligible for certain benefits.
Conditions that may entitle you to pursue benefits might be:
If you are located in Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Pickens County, Fayette County, Hale County, or anywhere in Alabama Contact Us today to set up a free consultation.
Not every lawyer or legal professional can help you navigate the VA’s system.
You are entitled to benefits and help that can aid your pain and suffering. We’re here to make sure your voice is heard and your treatment can begin.
Veteran. Lawyer. Father.
A veteran of the United States Marine Corps, Travis has what it takes to overcome the challenges facing us.
After growing up in suburban Washington State, Travis enlisted in the Marine Corps at eighteen and headed to Iraq a short time later.
When to opportunity arose to come back home, Travis joined the Tuscaloosa County District Attorney’s office prosecuting felony cases. This experience gave him the skills and knowledge to successfully present facts and law persuasively.
Travis, his wife, and their three children have made their home in Northport for the past six years. His wife is a teacher in Northport. Travis’s children were born in Tuscaloosa and his family is active at Northport Baptist Church.