The Attig Law Firm wants to use its Facebook page to raise funds – and awareness – for local community based Veterans Non-Profits, particularly those in Texas and the DFW Metroplex.
This Month’s Target Organization: Heroes on the Water.
The mission of Heroes is to help wounded warriors relax, rehabilitate and reintegrate into society through kayak fishing and the outdoors. Simply said, Heroes on the Water helps extremely wounded warriors “win the battle to live”.
While helping to raise awareness for this organization, we also hope to raise awareness to the faces of our Veterans who are hurting – because of the VA’s claim processing delays.
How to help the Fundraising Campaign.
1. Go to the Attig Law Firm Facebook page (Click here)
2. “Like” the Attig Law Firm. For each new “like” on the Attig Law Firm Facebook page page by February 28, 2013, the Attig Law Firm will contribute $1.00 to Heroes on the Water (up to $500).
3. It’s that easy. Tell your friends, have them like the Attig Law Firm Facebook page. That’s the most important thing. We can’t get 500 likes without you spreading the word!!
Let’s see how quickly we can get 500 likes to support Heroes on the Water.
Can your business – or you individually – help us raise funds? At $1 each, would you or your business be willing to “sponsor” 10 likes? 50 likes? 100 likes? Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to join our February 2013 Facebook Fundraising Campaign.
The Attig Law Firm represents US Veterans in their disability benefits claims to the VA. The Attig Law Firm represents Veterans nationwide before the Board of Veterans Appeals (BVA), or the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (CAVC).
For claims at the VA Regional Office level, the Attig Law Firm focuses its efforts on Veterans (and the Surviving Spouses of Veterans) in Texas, Arkansas, Colorado, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, and South Carolina.
If you are a Veteran (or a surviving spouse of a Veteran) and have a claim before the Board of Veterans Appeals (BVA), or the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (CAVC), it is very important that you consider hiring an attorney with experience handling such claims. Even if you don’t hire the Attig Law Firm – find a reputable and competent attorney to help you with your Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (CAVC) Appeal.
No post on this website is meant to be legal advice and the posts on this website do not serve as a substitute for legal advice. Information is power, and we are providing this information to give you, the Veteran, some power. This information is not widely or easily accessible to Veterans. The information presented on this website is a general description of law and processes; each case is different, and there may be approaches listed here that are not accurate or applicable to your case. Likewise, there may be information that is applicable to your case that is not provided on this Veterans Disability Compensation Blog.
It is very important that the Attig Law Firm notes that each and every Veteran’s claim is different. Just because the Attig Law Firm was able to secure substantial past-due benefits for one Veteran or Veteran’s spouse does not mean or imply that we will be able to do so for you. In some cases, the Attig Law Firm may not be able to secure any financial compensation or past-due benefits due to the facts or law of your particular case.
It is best to consult with a lawyer familiar with VA Disability claims and benefits or a Veterans Service Organization to examine your particular case. If you would like to discuss your VA claim with a lawyer who handles VA Benefits and Disability Appeals, contact the Attig Law Firm, PLLC, for a free consultation with a VA Benefits attorney.