Veterans Benefits

Veterans and their families often believe that there are no benefits available for long-term care unless they were either wounded in combat or unless they suffered a service-connected disability. This is simply not true.

These are your benefits; you served; you deserve them! If you would like to learn more about how Veterans Benefits can help pay for long-term care, call Sean McCauley today!

If you or your spouse were discharged from the military, served one day during a period of war (does not have to be in combat), and have large medical expenses, then you most likely qualify for a VA pension to help with the cost of long-term care.

Only an accredited attorney can apply for benefits for you. Sean McCauley is an accredited attorney for the preparation, presentation, and prosecution of claims for veterans benefits before the Department of Veterans Affairs (“VA”). He can provide the education and assistance to enable veterans to qualify for Aid and Attendant benefits.

Dealing with the VA can often be frustrating, but an accredited VA-benefits attorney can help guide you through the process. These are your benefits; you served; you deserve them! Contact VA accredited attorney Sean McCauley, so we can start helping you get your benefits.

Latest Articles

February 24, 2021
A granddaughter is assisting her grandmother on a walk in the park. They are both wearing masks.

Does Your Estate Plan Cover a Pandemic?

Is your Estate Plan Pandemic ready? On February 11, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) gave name to the disease-causing the 2019 novel coronavirus outbreak. The […]
February 16, 2021
A photo of a woman writing her estate planning options on an invisible board

Beneficiary Designations: Pitfalls You May Not Know About

Beneficiary Designations: Pitfalls You May Not Know About You might think that leaving your property to your heirs would be simple enough. You make a will […]
February 14, 2021

Why do some Americans Retire Poor?

Why Americans Retire Poor Well managed money brings with it a freedom of lifestyle in retirement. Sadly, reports say that less than 5 percent of Americans […]