Veteran-Owned Law Firm Assisting Veterans with Legal Services Across the United States
It is often said that the only people who really understand what it is to be a US military veteran are other US military veterans. Attorney Ben Krause served in the US Air Force in both Special Operations Command and Air Mobility Command. Mr. Krause became a lawyer after suffering frustrations in trying to access his own well-earned veterans benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs. Instead of complaining about these troubles, he decided to do something about them, graduating from the University of Minnesota Law School and opening his own veteran-focused law office. Call Krause Law., PLLC at (612) 888-9567 to speak with Attorney Ben Krause and get the help you need to access the benefits you are owed in return for your patriotic service.
What Issues Can Krause Law Help Me With?
At Krause Law, we focus our practice on helping veterans get the benefits they need and deserve. If you don’t know where to start, getting veteran benefits can be difficult to do on your own. Our law firm strives to simplify this process so you can focus on other important matters in your life. Let us represent you and advocate for the benefits you are entitled.
What if My Application for Benefits Has Already Been Denied?
For every type of veterans benefit, there is an appeals process in place for veterans who feel that an application has been incorrectly denied. At Krause Law, we are extremely familiar with these appeals processes and can lead you through the complicated paperwork and possible hearings with a minimum of stress in the most timely manner possible.
What educational benefits are available to veterans?
Under the GI Bill, veterans are entitled to education benefits that can pay for tuition at colleges, universities, or trade schools, reimburse costs of certificates or licenses, provide job training and career counseling, and a host of other educational benefits.
Is my spouse eligible for survivor’s benefits?
Whether your spouse qualifies for survivor’s benefits is dependent on the specific circumstances of your case, but in general, the Survivor Benefit Plan (SBP) provides financial support to military spouses and/or children when a military member dies while on duty or after retirement.
Do you represent veterans in Veteran Readiness & Employment cases?
I love working on Veteran Readiness & Employmentcases and yes you can hire me if I think you have a good case. Having used Veteran Readiness & Employment for years including funding for my law school, I have developed a unique perspective about the program and how its counselors can and do sometimes violate the rights of veterans.
The first step is to fill out the consultation request form.
Will you take on VA for my disability compensation appeal?
I have no problem taking on VA over someone’s disability compensation appeal; however, I am selective about the cases I take. To initiate the process, you will need to see if I will take the case by clicking on the “consultation” button in the upper right-hand corner.
As a veteran suffering from a service-related injury or illness, you already have a lot to handle. You should devote your time to healing and recovering, not spend your days stressed over the legal minutiae of fighting the VA to get your full disability benefits. Our legal team knows that your time is valuable, and […]
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a common diagnosis among veterans who have lived through or witnessed traumatic events. This illness can be debilitating and may qualify you for benefits through the VA disability program. If your diagnosis is considered a permanent rating, you may be able to receive monthly financial aid that will help provide […]
VA disability payments can be a great resource for retired military men and women who suffered injury or illness during their service. If you qualify for VA disability, you could benefit from monthly, tax-free income. These payments may even continue after you die, so your loved ones will be provided for as well! There are […]
A military discharge for bad conduct can prevent you from getting VA disability benefits. This can be discouraging, especially if your discharge was inequitable or improper. If you think your discharge deserves reconsideration, our law firm can help. We understand the unique needs of veterans and their families, as our attorney himself is a veteran. […]
Why Choose Krause Law?
Attorney Ben Krause is a veteran who has dedicated his career to helping other veterans. Because of his years of experience, you know you are getting an advocate and representative that truly cares and can get you results. Krause Law, PLLC is also a national firm, so we have the resources to take on cases both big and small.
When you retain our firm, you can be confident that we will fight for you tirelessly and get you the best possible outcome in your case. Using advanced technology, we can connect with clients all over the country and provide them with the same great service and results that our local clients have come to expect. No matter where you are located, Krause Law is here to help you get the benefits and compensation you deserve. Attorney Ben Krause has made a difference for countless veterans and their families, and he can ensure that you get fair treatment and the outcome you deserve.