Due to the multiple diagnostic complexities and legal variables with my disability I honestly believe I would have been denied my badly needed and highly legitimate disability claim had it not been for Tabak Law. If you want the best chance for approval of your claim if you are disabled get a lawyer before you begin. And if you want the best law firm go with The Tabak Law Firm and their high caliber attorneys. I saw a 1 star review and I respectfully disagree. Here and there possibly they may be busy working on and winning cases for other clients. They have a heavy caseload of many many clients because of their excellent reputation. They made the best and strongest possible case in the legal briefs they filed for my case based on my medical records. They seem to genuinely care about helping people with disabilities but it’s all business and excellent legal knowledge, research, and and representation when it comes to being in court. I sympathize with the reviewer who gave 1 star because her calls were not answered right away. I too often want to talk with someone the moment I call and yes I wasn’t able to always do that. But I can’t argue with this firms sincere dedication to helping the disabled and their highly effective legal representation and I can’t argue with the results I’ve seen in my own case. They win cases! Highly Recommended!!!
Tony C.–Past Client
I called three different Law Firms and Tabak Law was the only one to contact me. I asked lots of questions and looked into their history. It was the best return call I have ever received. I was assigned a contact person who called every 60-90 days just to check in and say hi. They also gave updates and reiterated that they were working very hard and if I had any questions to call. Many people have told me about their bad experience overall with Social Security so I expected a bad experiance. Boy was I wrong. When it was time for the hearing, the Lawyer (Alex) called to explain what to expect, gave the worst case senorio and the best case senorio. I will suggest Tabak Law to everyone and anyone. This was the best experience I have ever had. I was very surprised on how much information Alex knew about me. He really did his homework and I would/will recommend him and/or Tabak Law to anyone who needs these services.
Pam V.- Past Client
Tabak Law has helped my friend’s and family on several different occasions and each time they could not have been more pleased. They are one of the few law firms that you can actually talk with when something goes bad and they are always there to reassure you that they will make it right.
Why hire a VA disability compensation lawyer?
Some veterans fight the Veterans Administration for decades. Others hire a qualified VA disability compensation lawyer. You wouldn’t represent yourself in a criminal matter. Why would you represent yourself in a VA disability compensation claim?
Your VA disability compensation lawyer at Woods and Woods will get the evidence needed to prove you are disabled and deserve benefits. Evidence is key to winning your VA disability compensation claim. Lots of disabled veterans are denied benefits simply because they do not submit enough evidence to prove their claims. Your VA disability compensation lawyer at Woods and Woods may work with experts to help prove your claim. Here are a few examples:
Doctors: Tabak Law often hires doctors outside the Veterans Administration. These doctors will review your medical records and make reports. The evidence these doctors provide helps veterans win their VA disability compensation claims.
Psychologists: Veterans wishing to receive VA disability compensation for mental conditions can help prove their service-connection from reports by psychologists. Tabak Law regularly works with psychologists to provide reports that help veterans win their cases. Disabled veterans are going to have to show the VA they have these mental conditions and how it is related to their time in the military.
Vocational Experts: Many times our VA disability compensation lawyers will work with vocational experts to prove you are disabled and cannot work. Veterans wishing to receive Total Disability Individual Unemployability benefits will need to prove their service-connected impairments prevent them from keeping or obtaining meaningful employment. A vocational expert’s report is often considered crucial evidence that can help you win your case.