All PracticesVeteran’s Benefits

When you’ve put your life on the line in the Armed Forces of the United States, you’re entitled to certain benefits through the Department of Veteran’s Affairs.

Unfortunately, it’s a huge bureaucracy and it’s not uncommon for claims to get lost or wrongfully denied. It’s not something you want to handle on your own. You want an experienced and effective attorney to guide you through the process, one with proven experience protecting the rights of other veterans.

At Black & Davison Law Group, in Chambersburg, we’ve aggressively advocated for veterans and their families for decades. Since we opened our practice in 1959, we’ve assisted more than 20,000 clients, always striving to foster long-term relationships built on trust and solid legal counsel. We recognize that every situation is unique, so we’ll listen carefully to learn about your case, so that we can tailor our counsel to get the results you need. No legal matter is too big or too small. Let us help.

Veteran Representation

In disputes involving benefits we fight for the rights of our Veterans.

We represent veterans who have experienced any type of injury or illness while on active duty, including:

  • Post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD

  • Gulf War syndrome

  • Agent Orange Illness



We work with veterans at every stage of the process for obtaining benefits. We’ll help you gather documentary support and prepare and file all applications for disability or pension benefits. We’ll also be your advocate at every stage of the appeals process, should your petition for benefits be rejected.

We also advocate for families of veterans who have died in service or as a result of service-related injuries.


Black & Davison did an exceptional job with the services they provided to me. They were both professional and knowledgeable. My services were completed fast, accurately, and hassle-free. Every question I had was answered in a timely manner.

Chad White, Carlisle, PA

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