Law firm Boonswang advocates for veterinarians and service members who owed financial support under the TSGLI benefit program

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The Traumatic Servicemembers Group Life Insurance or TSGLI program was created to provide short-term financial support to service members and families or beneficiaries if the service member sustains a serious injury in the line of duty or unrelated to their functions.

Boonswang Law Firm is pleased to announce that the SGLI – Boonswang Law Firm, LLC team of attorneys has been helping military and veterans fight for the financial support owed to them under the TSGLI benefits program since more than two decades. Boonswang Law’s legal team has over twenty years of experience assisting service members, veterans and their beneficiaries to obtain the financial support owed to them under the TSGLI.

Service members who are traumatically injured on duty or off duty while in the U.S. military may be eligible to receive benefits through the Trauma Member Group Life Insurance Program, known as by TSGLI. National Guard, active duty personnel, and reservists may be eligible for TSGLI benefits as long as they are enrolled in the Military Group Life Insurance (SGLI) program. Obtaining benefits under the TSGLI program does not affect a Veterans Affairs (VA) service member’s disability claim.

The claim for benefits is often denied, but according to the attorney profile at Boonswang Law Firm, LLC, the attorney team does not give up until all avenues for benefits have been explored. They can help file a request for reconsideration of the claim, and if denied, attorneys can appeal on behalf of the client. Another appeal can be made to the Review Board if the appeal is dismissed. If all four administrative steps fail, attorneys can help the client sue in federal court to get the compensation they deserve.

There are several categories of losses eligible for compensation under the TSGLi, and many claimants have suffered more than one covered loss. If an injury simply limits the ability to perform two or more Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) for at least thirty days, the service member may be eligible for a TSGLI claim on those limitations alone.

About the company:

Boonswang Law Firm has been fighting life insurance claims on behalf of its clients for more than two decades. The compensation of the lawyer takes place only after the case has been concluded.

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