Fochler Veterans Law

Fochler Veterans Law We are experienced attorneys fighting for every Veteran to be awarded benefits from the VA for disabilities incurred during active military service.
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I represent Veterans before the Department of Veterans Affairs in their claims for compensation and pension benefits. Prior to representing Veterans, I worked as counsel for the Board of Veterans Appeals. This experience gives me a distinct advantage over other firms. I know the process and can effectively navigate the VA system for positive results. I specialize in Veterans Law, that's all I do! So, as a boutique firm specializing in VA benefit claims, I focus on your claim and getting results efficiently. I am a licensed attorney in Colorado and an accredited by the VA to represent Veterans throughout the country. I am a trusted resource for your Veterans disability claim.

Mission: My primary objective is to obtain benefits for as many Veterans as possible, and to deliver the compensation they have earned during their active military service through a personalized, hands-on approach for every client. I am a caring, trusted legal professional that effectively navigates the VA process to produce positive results for my clients.

VA denies coronavirus supply shortages. Medical staff say they're rationing masks.
04/13/2020
VA denies coronavirus supply shortages. Medical staff say they're rationing masks.

VA denies coronavirus supply shortages. Medical staff say they're rationing masks.

The Department of Veterans Affairs has repeatedly denied that there are any coronavirus supply shortages at any of its hospitals and clinics nationwide. But frontline staff said they're rationing masks, gloves and other supplies and in some places, they're running out.

Veterans Affairs leaves burn pit veterans in the dark on coronavirus risk
04/03/2020
Veterans Affairs leaves burn pit veterans in the dark on coronavirus risk

Veterans Affairs leaves burn pit veterans in the dark on coronavirus risk

In the earliest days of the coronavirus outbreak, U.S. health organizations alerted people in high-risk populations of their increased susceptibility to COVID-19. The Department of Veterans Affairs, however, has failed to provide adequate warning to veterans in high-risk categories, particularly…

Coronavirus cause for concern among burn pit veterans
03/26/2020
Coronavirus cause for concern among burn pit veterans

Coronavirus cause for concern among burn pit veterans

The coronavirus pandemic has wreaked havoc across the country, especially among those with chronic respiratory problems and compromised immune systems.

Senate passes coronavirus relief bill with $60 million for VA
03/20/2020
Senate passes coronavirus relief bill with $60 million for VA

Senate passes coronavirus relief bill with $60 million for VA

As of Wednesday, the VA had 46 positive cases of coronavirus across its health care system. It had administered 322 tests as of Tuesday night, and it had 3,000 tests on hand.

Lost Care and Broken Promises: Military Retirees React to Tricare Changes
02/28/2020
Lost Care and Broken Promises: Military Retirees React to Tricare Changes

Lost Care and Broken Promises: Military Retirees React to Tricare Changes

After Tricare officials announced sweeping changes to the locations where retiree and military family health users can access on-base care, hundreds of Military.com readers have posted comments, feedback and worries via social media, email and the stories on this site. For many, feelings center arou...

VSOs to Congress: Act on toxic exposure, women vets’ care, TBIs and suicide prevention
02/27/2020
VSOs to Congress: Act on toxic exposure, women vets’ care, TBIs and suicide prevention

VSOs to Congress: Act on toxic exposure, women vets’ care, TBIs and suicide prevention

Veterans service organizations, representing millions of former U.S. troops of every generation, gathered together on Capitol Hill Wednesday to urge Congress to take action to prevent more suicide deaths, care for increasing veterans ill and dying of toxic exposure and traumatic brain injuries and p...

Family of combat veteran wants standardized reentry program
02/19/2020
Family of combat veteran wants standardized reentry program

Family of combat veteran wants standardized reentry program

The family of a Marine Corps veteran who died last year wants the government to develop a standardized reentry program for soldiers returning from combat before they leave the military.

Veterans point to value of Stars and Stripes amid proposal to strip funding from news organization
02/18/2020
Veterans point to value of Stars and Stripes amid proposal to strip funding from news organization

Veterans point to value of Stars and Stripes amid proposal to strip funding from news organization

Stars and Stripes has been a critical, and often the only, means for troops on the front lines to keep up with the news back home. Even in the digital age, thousands of troops fighting in war zones rely on Stars and Stripes for news when internet access is either prohibited or nonexistent.

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