INJURED ON ACTIVE DUTY OR READY RESERVE?
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HELPING HEROES IN TIMES OF NEED
Our office is committed to making servicemembers aware of this benefit and helping qualified servicemembers receive it. We want to secure the compensation our injured warriors rightfully deserve in order to provide for themselves and their families. Unfortunately, the TSGLI office often doesn’t share the same goal and regularly denies legitimate claims, which is why we can help.
At Cameron Firm, PC, we handle TSGLI cases nationwide. If you have suffered a traumatic injury while serving in any branch of the military, including the Reserves or the National Guard, you may be entitled to a lump sum, tax free cash payment of up to $100,000—even if the injury was not related to any military activity.
As an experienced attorney and military veteran, Mr. Cameron is highly knowledgeable of TSGLI requirements and the related process. He will fight to get the benefits you deserve. We represent servicemembers and veterans with claims and appeals, even a review by federal court, if determined necessary. Also, there is no fee until we win your claim, and once we win, the fee is far below what most attorneys charge.
As a military veteran and dedicated personal injury attorney, Mr. Cameron will use his skill and experience to get the best possible outcome for your TSGLI claim.
If you have not applied for TSGLI benefits, we will give you the best chance of success. Also, if you have been wrongfully denied, our office promises to pursue your appeal aggressively and to be a relentless advocate for you.
We work with qualified and experienced medical professionals to help process your TSGLI claim. Our legal staff will further assist in gathering all needed medical records, investigative reports, evidence, and statements from witnesses.
Further, beyond TSGLI claims, Mr. Cameron is an accredited attorney with the Department of Veteran Affairs.