Since 1999, we have represented nearly 700 veterans or military families. Unfortunately, we are not able to help everyone who contacts us, but we have been able to assist many of them. Our cases are as varied as the people who seek our assistance. Below are some examples of the sorts of cases we handle – and outcomes of which we are especially proud.
Disclaimer: THE RESULTS ARE SPECIFIC TO THE FACTS AND LEGAL CIRCUMSTANCES OF EACH OF THE CLIENTS' CASES AND SHOULD NOT BE USED TO FORM AN EXPECTATION THAT THE SAME RESULTS COULD BE OBTAINED FOR OTHER CLIENTS IN SIMILAR MATTERS WITHOUT REFERENCE TO THE SPECIFIC FACTUAL AND LEGAL CIRCUMSTANCES OF EACH CLIENT'S CASE.
"I approached the Rawls Law Group after my son’s death by Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) related suicide. Terry died while he was under the direct care of the VA Health Administration for severe PTSD symptoms and suicidal ideations. Rawls Law Group was the third law firm I approached with my son’s medical records and my belief that the VA did not follow their own process or that the medical personnel took the steps necessary to ensure that a veteran, known as a high-risk patient, was kept safe. The first two law offices not only declined to take my case but told me that I was wasting my time pursuing the VA system. Both cited neglect in suicide cases are hard to establish and truthfully treated me like an over reactive mother. The Rawls Law Group not only took on my case, knowing that “neglect in suicides cases is hard to establish” but they were kind and respectful throughout the entire process. My questions or concerns were always answered in a timely manner with professional and exact responses. Brewster and his amazing team was able to prove the VA was neglectful in the mental health care of my son, and we won our case. My family and I are forever grateful."