VA Claims Attorneys Albuquerque - Laywers Helping Warriors
Our service members sacrificed for us and now it’s time we fight for them. Veterans need access to the appropriate medical and legal services that will assist them in obtaining the disability benefits they need and deserve. Lawyers Helping Warriors is a non-profit organization that provides medical and legal services so ALL disabled veterans can obtain the disability benefits they need.
Learn more about Lawyers Helping Warriors and our mission to help our veterans nationwide with the video to your right!
We Fight For Veterans
Who We Are
Lawyers Helping Warriors is your non-profit law firm that is dedicated to helping our Veterans receive the disability claims that they deserve! We represent a large amount of War Heroes, but we work with each client as if they’re our only client. We have the experience that matters in Veteran Affairs, we even hosted Justice for Veterans the TV show. We are passionate about ensuring that the men and women who have fought for our freedom have the best representation in the fight for their benefits!
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD is an anxiety disorder that develops as a result of a traumatic event such as combat or military exposure. The trauma causes fear and anxiety over the idea that you, your family, and your friends may be in danger.
Clinical depression is often diagnosed in veterans and is known to create disturbances in mood, concentration, sleep patterns, activity level, interests, appetite, and social behavior. Clinical Depression can be especially debilitating.
There are several types of anxiety disorders that may affect veterans including Generalized Anxiety Disorder, PTSD, Social Anxiety Disorder, and many others. Any anxiety disorder can negatively impact every part of a persons life.
If you are suffering from alternating periods of elevated and depressed moods, you may have bipolar disorder, also known as manic-depression. Bipolar disorder is a disruptive, long-term condition that requires medical or psychological treatment.
That every qualified American veteran and family member receives appropriate VA benefits.
To provide medical and legal advocacy to American veterans and their family members.
That no disabled American veteran should be denied VA benefits because of a lack of access to proper medical and legal services
Other veteran organizations are not capable of this level of support and assistance. - James N. Snyder