If you are seeking VA benefits, talking to an experienced attorney can make all the difference. We’ll help you determine which benefits you are eligible for.
Our attorneys have helped veterans in Tennessee with the appeal process so they can receive benefits they were initially denied.
James R. Comerford truly cares about veterans, disabled individuals, and their families. Our office has seen firsthand how challenging life can be with a disability and how beneficial VA benefits or short-term disability benefits can be for a person or household.
Benefits received for Schizophrenia
Benefits received for depression
Military sexual trauma
TDIU due to a spinal impairment
PTSD as a result of racial abuse
Clear and unmistakable error for spinal impairment
Earlier effective date for back/migraines
Service connection for a spinal condition secondary to flat feet
Retroactive pay regarding the failure to account for all the veteran’s medical conditions
I want to thank James for a job well done. He was able to get all my back pay and my disability rating from 50% to 70%. I can't say enough about a job well done. And very accessible when you have a question. I highly recommend him on your VA cases. In fact, I've given the local VSO his official website for problems they have encountered with the VA process. Thank you, James.
Comerford Law did an outstanding job helping with my VA claim. Jim was very responsive to emails and phone calls. I highly recommend this law firm. Very professional. Mr. Comerford has done an excellent job working through my appeals and my unemployability approval.
James Comerford demonstrates he is a lawyer that will help veterans seek the compensation they deserve. He does not give up too easily. His track record proved to me, I needed his support and assistance. He was the hope I was looking for to put hope and life back into my claim and give it some respect, so those on the Board of Appeals would take my case a little more seriously. He provided me with hope and supported me every step of the way through the hardest times. I personally thank James for helping me get my case granted…
What I liked about Jim Comerford from the start was that his Dad was a Vietnam veteran. He understood more than the average person. Jim took over my case well before bladder cancer was on the presumptive list. He stayed with me the entire time via two claim rejections, my final hearing, a VES interview, and whatever else the VA threw our way. He handled all the details. Telephones were always answered by a real person (Jim) and answers didn’t take forever to be received. I’m very grateful for his efforts. He’s a keeper.
Comerford Law puts 110% into getting what his VA clients sacrificed so much for and gets results. I give Comerford Law a 5-star review.
From the start, Mr. Comerford was prompt, as a matter of fact, and yet empathetic. When we first spoke on the phone, Mr. Comerford took the time to listen to my military history and then to help formulate a plan based on my circumstances. I had access to Mr. Comerford by both email and phone. I was never denied time or a call. I am convinced that by using Mr. Comerford's services, I received the best rating based on my circumstances. As well, Mr. Comerford found missteps by the government that garnered me an additional payout. I've recommended Mr. Comerford's…
Jim is very thorough. I have been getting the run around by the VA since I initially filed in 2014 and just had my BVA hearing so I have not yet received a decision from the judge. I previously had the American Legion and then the DAV as representatives and they truly dropped the ball. Jim was able to show and explain to me where mistakes had been made and he also helped me to retrieve documents I thought had previously been submitted but apparently had not. He had everything typed up and organized and went over everything I should…
My lawyer James Comerford did an awesome job for me and my wife on my disability case. And we did win my disability case after fighting the system. I would want him on my side. I would like to thank him, he is a great guy.
My husband, a Vietnam Vet, filed a claim for an increased rating due to his PTSD, depression and other issues in 2011. If the Veteran approved a claim it was one that stated we agree the claim condition exists, but it is non-compensable. For many years we had someone else working with us and was disappointed with their ability to help us. Many times I filed the paperwork myself. It reached the point where I almost gave up hope. Then, hope in the form of Mr. James Comerford walked into the room. In January of this year 2019, I spoke…