Indianapolis Disability Attorney David Pinyerd
Social Security Disability
Why Choose Attorney David Pinyerd?
I have personally handled over a 1000 Disability cases and we have won millions for our clients. We are an Indianapolis Disability Law Firm and we are located right here in Indianapolis.
Don’t be fooled by the advertisements of out-of-state companies where you will only talk to a case manager or non-attorney. For VA claims, we represent cases at all levels, including the Regional Offices (RO), the Board of Veteran’s Appeals (BVA), Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims, Federal Circuit Courts, and the Supreme Court. And we aggressively pursue your benefits for VA and SSA Disability.
Total Disability Individual
If you are a disabled military Veteran and you are unable to work, you may qualify for 100% benefits. In addition, you may qualify for Social Security Disability benefits.
Free Case Evaluation
Call us at 317-348-1800 or fill out the form below to receive a free and confidential initial consultation.
- Will you immediately be able to talk to an attorney?
- Has your attorney taught seminars on the 2017 Modernization Act?
- Will you speak mostly with a Certified VA Accredited Attorney or a case manager?
VA Accredited Attorney David Pinyerd.
Non-Attorney representation, VSO, etc.
What our clients say
"Attorney Pinyerd was always in constant communication with us and even gave us his personal cell phone # to call or text with any questions. It made this difficult journey finally come to a positive resolution for our family."
We can assist you with the following disability claims and more:
If you have PTSD and served in combat or state-side, and your PTSD is military service-related, you are entitled to benefits. Don’t let the VA push you around! Call us for a free, confidential consultation.
Knees or Back
We have had many Veterans qualify for benefits for knee problems and back problems as a result of service. This could include job duties, incidents during training, chronic problems, or secondary conditions to other physical conditions.
Hearing Loss and Tinnitus
Most Veterans we talk to have either tinnitus (ringing in the ears) or hearing loss to some extent. This seems to be a chronic and widespread problem not properly addressed by the VA. It is important to know the VA will often times test for hearing problems and have inconsistent results. If it is possible, we recommend a private non-VA doctor to get an independent hearing test.
Agent Orange Exposure
The VA presumed Agent Orange exposure if you stepped foot in Vietnam during the war; and now, if you were in the qualified Blue Waters (offshore) and never even stepped foot on the ground, you may qualify. The presumption allows for an automatic grant of benefits for certain conditions. With that said, we have still seen the RO deny an initial claim that should qualify for a presumption. Don’t let the VA push your around! We will aggressively pursue the benefits you and your family are entitled to and we will not give up!
While serving, your job duties may have aggravated and/or substantially caused your arthritis. It is possible to get benefits for arthritis even if your service only aggravated or contributed to your arthritis. With these cases, we also recommend an independent non-VA doctor if possible, since they are usually more specific than most VA doctors are willing to support.
The military has made efforts to address physical and sexual assaults in the military. With that said, it is not enough. If you have been physically or sexually assaulted while serving, call us for a free, confidential, no obligation consultation.
Free Consultation & Make Appointment
We are a free no obligation, completely confidential consultation or second opinion for your case.
7 myths about VA Disability
You must have served overseas or in combat – this is not true
Getting VA disability benefits will take it away from someone else (this couldn’t be further from the truth)
VA disability offsets Social Security Disability or Retirement – this is not true.
My VA Disability will affect employment in the future.
You must appear in front of a Judge. This is not true. It is possible to apply and appeal your VA Disability claim and never set foot in a Courtroom or in front of a Judge.
I shouldn’t pursue all conditions at once. This is a complete myth and for some reason non-Attorneys have been telling Veterans to only apply for some conditions now and others later. You should apply for each and every condition.
If I’m not diagnosed with PTSD, I shouldn’t apply now. This is not true! If you feel as though you have PTSD related to service, you can apply now and begin seeking treatment after you apply. It’s not too late to do either. Don’t give up! We are here to help!
7 tips for appeals under the new Modernization Act:
You should gather all the available evidence, including nexus letters from your doctors, as soon as possible. You should also seek the advice of an attorney who knows the new rules and regulations of the Modernization Act.
Once you are denied the first time, the new rules say the VA no longer has a duty to assist. You should not delay in getting advice from an attorney immediately if you have been denied.
Do not think that just because you have been denied that you should not appeal. Most initial applications are denied, even cases where there is presumption of service-connection. The VA also makes mistakes. You are not taking away benefits from another Veteran if you do not appeal. To the contrary, it is always possible Congress may restrict the budget for VA Disability and change the criteria in the future; if it is found fewer Veterans are applying and appealing VA benefit applications.
Know and understand all of your options for appeal at each stage. It is not true that there is one appeal lane everyone should take.
Keep in mind the VA can reduce your rating percentage in certain circumstances so be sure to have a qualified attorney review your appeal.
Do not delay in filing your appeal for any reason. There are often additional pieces of evidence required and legal arguments that need to be made, so it is important to not delay in obtaining all available evidence and then filing your appeal.
Always follow-up with the VA if you have not received confirmation from the VA on receipt of your appeal within 30 days.
Meet The Team
VA Accredited Attorney
We are one of the few law firms in Indiana focusing solely on Veterans Disability. We represent Veterans who have been injured through a service-connected injury, and we have been successful with cases as far back as Vietnam. Attorney Pinyerd is accredited and recognized by the VA to represent Veterans with the application and appeal process for disability. You fought for us, now let us fight for you! You can contact us anytime for a free, confidential consultation. Don’t let the VA push you around! We are here to help. We have the experience, and if we decide to take your case, we will aggressively pursue your rights and claim for benefits. Call our office at 317-348-1800 to speak with one of us today!
David Molnar served in the United States Army from May of 2005 to November 2006. He attended Basic Training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina, and was then transferred to Fort Lee, Virginia for Advance Individual Training (AIT) to be a Parachute Rigger, where he was discharged due to illness.
Currently, Mr. Molnar is a student at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) working on a Bachelor of Arts in Law in Liberal Arts. After graduating he will be attending law school. In December 2013 I earned an Associate of Applied Science in Criminal Justice from Ivy Tech Community College in South Bend, Indiana.