Are you one of the thousands of Veterans who had a legitimate claims denied by the VA? Have you received a decision that is much lower than you expected? As a Veteran who has served their country, you should receive Benefits you deserve, especially if you were injured while serving this country.
The VA appeals process is never easy and fighting the VA on your own can be overwhelming. The VA gives you 1 year to appeal your decision. Don’t do this alone. Let me fight for what you deserve. In the summer of 1996, I started out as a 13B Army Artilleryman at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, then graduated from the JAG Officer School in 2001. Spent most of 2004 in the Middle East as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom. As a 19-year Veteran of the Army Reserve, as well a Veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom, I know what it is to serve and I am very familiar with the “military speak” language.
Most important, I am fully accredited with the Veteran’s Administration to handle Veteran’s disability claims. Never hire an attorney to help with dealing with the VA who is not accredited attorney. In this type of case, the Veteran who is seeking benefits, who was denied or received a lower rating than deserved, often enters into a contingency fee agreement with an accredited VA attorney. The Attorney then files a Notice of Disagreement, seeking to put the VA on Notice they want to challenge the VA decision.
Please come in and meet with me to discuss your VA disability denial, or a VA disability rating that is lower than you deserve.
All consultations are free and I don’t get paid unless you prevail.