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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:

Thanks for your patience and consideration.

Taking Point! Blog

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Recent Cases

This case involves the BVA judge’s inadequate reasoning of a denial of a veteran’s claim for an increased rating for PTSD.   The appeal was resolved through a joint motion to remand. ISSUE ON APPEAL TO THE CAVC (BVA overlooked evidence… Read More
This case involves the BVA judge’s inadequate reasoning of his denial of a veteran’s past-due benefits in a claim for an increased rating due to an increase in the severity of the veteran’s PTSD. The appeal was resolved through a jo… Read More
This case involves the BVA’s failure to comply with a Veterans Court Order in a January 2020 Memorandum Decision. The appeal was resolved through a joint motion to remand. ISSUE ON APPEAL TO THE CAVC (BVA fails to comply with Veterans Court Ord… Read More

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