When a helicopter makes a hard landing, even the toughest and most well-trained soldiers risk serious injury. These injuries can have a serious impact on your life, limiting what you can do in the military and outside of it. Many people find that they are no longer able to do things they once enjoyed. The injured often struggle to make ends meet and to care for their families.
Military veterans may experience many different kinds of injuries when a helicopter or other aircraft makes a hard landing or crashes:
Back/spinal cord injuries
- Broken bones
- Head injuries/brain injuries
- Injuries to joints
At The Rep For Vets®, our highly qualified VA-accredited claims agents represent military veterans who have been disabled in helicopter and aircraft crashes during military service. Clients are veterans who were disabled because of injuries sustained when transport helicopters, Black Hawk helicopters, Bell helicopters, fighter aircraft and bombers were involved in accidents. In some cases the accident is related to a mechanical defect, like a loss of power or hydraulics. Other times, outside conditions get in the way. Power lines can be a problem when they are near aircraft landing areas. Dense fog and high winds can also lead to a helicopter crash. Whatever the cause, our claims agents know how to tell the story of your accident effectively.
Giving Back to Veterans
Our VA-accredited claims agents have one goal: To help you get the veterans disability compensation you deserve. They offer personal attention and effective representation with this goal firmly before them.
Because our claims agents use the latest technology, vets may complete the claims process remotely. Much of the work is done online and on the phone. This makes the process of obtaining benefits convenient, especially for people who may have trouble getting around after an aircraft or helicopter crash.
Let A Claims Agent Help You Get the Benefits You Deserve
You do not have to struggle with a disability you received in a hard helicopter or aircraft landing; many vets turn to attorneys or claims agents for assistance after such accidents. Let our VA-accredited claims agents help you receive the benefits to which you are entitled. Call our nationwide offices at 888-573-7838 for a free initial consultation, or simply use the online contact form.