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Service members face unparalleled mental and physical hardships. For military members to receive compensation for service-connected disabilities, they must navigate VA’s maze-like system.
To maintain good order and discipline, the U.S. government has empowered commanders to administer military justice. All military members have the option to hire civilian defense counsel to defend their rights.
Sometimes a person errs in their personal life, or the government overreacts in its response, and you need an experienced and dogged fighter in your corner.

Grubaugh Law, LLC

Grubaugh Law listens to your problems and helps solve them. Connecticut attorney Josh Grubaugh spent over 8 years as an active-duty Army judge advocate (JAG) and understands military law inside and out. A disabled veteran himself, he knows how overwhelming the process is at first and learned first-hand how to navigate it. Today, Josh fights for disabled veterans, service members who need legal representation in courts-martial and administrative actions, and to protect the rights of people who are facing criminal charges like a DUI.

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[A] perfect match for my appeal. He was able to quickly identify the legal error that the BVA made in deciding and denying my claim for service-connected disability.”
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Grubaugh Law previously wrote about the 2021 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). A provision in the 2021 NDAA included Bladder Cancer, Hypothyroidism, and Parkinsonism to the list of diseases presumptively connected to Agent Orange exposure an… Read More
To anyone interested, I’m teaching a continuing legal education (CLE) course for the Federal Bar Association tomorrow at 1pm EST. The course is called: Facing the Fire: How Executives Can Best Prepare to Testify in Legal Proceedings. The course… Read More
Grubaugh Law won another case at the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (CAVC). This was a fully contested and hard fought appeal. The case now goes back to the Board of Veterans Appeals on remand, where the veteran may be awarded service-connectio… Read More

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