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Our Response during "COVID-19"

Effective March 15, 2020:

In addition to providing caring and effective representation for our clients, Attig | Steel is creating a law firm that prioritizes our employees' well-being.

Beginning Monday (3/15), the Attig | Steel team will stay home, keep their families safe, and work from home.

As a result, our operations will be slower, and we thank you for your patience.

Ensuring the safety and health of our team members and their families is our top priority. If our team is not safe and healthy, we cannot help anyone.

For our Clients:
We are on top of your case, but please email us if you have concerns or questions.

Prospective Clients:
Please request consultations by clicking here. We will handle requests as time permits.

Thank you for your patience as we prioritize our families and our current clients.

Answering the phones and responding to voicemail messages are our lowest priorities.

Throughout the pandemic, e-mail remains the best way to communicate with us:

[email protected]

Thanks for your patience and consideration.

Recent Cases

This case involves the application of a duplicitous legal standard by the BVA to a veteran’s TDIU appeal, in what is called a “reasons and bases” error by the Board of Veterans Appeals. While it favored a VA C&P medical opinion… Read More
This case involves several issues but centered around two: the veteran’s entitlement to increased TBI (Traumatic-Brain-Injury) and migraine ratings.  ISSUE ON APPEAL TO THE CAVC (TBI & Migraine Ratings). The veteran in this case was in a c… Read More
ISSUE ON APPEAL TO THE CAVC: PTSD rating higher than 50-percent. The veteran appealed to the Board of Veterans Appeals (BVA) seeking a PTSD rating higher than 50-percent. The VA had performed a VA C&P examination and opinion in January 2019. Rely… Read More

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Taking Point! Blog

Racist Ideas, Attitudes, and Behavior On March 1, 2016, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced it proposed disciplinary action against three Board of Veterans’ Appeals (BVA) attorneys and two judges who had repeatedly sent racist… Read More
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Even as protestors march across bridges across the nation, from the Brooklyn Bridge to the Golden Gate, history teaches us that America is resistant to acknowledging the persistent racism that plagues this country and even worse, resistant to do… Read More
“I am a Black man who jogs” was written by Augustus Turner, Mr. Turner retains all copyright to the image and content; it is republished here with his permission. Augustus Turner is a husband, a father, a soldier, and an attorney.… Read More

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