IS IT TIME TO GET HELP
FROM AN ATTORNEY?
Get a lower rating than you were expecting?
Were you turned down by the Board of Veterans' Appeals?
Is it time to go to federal court?
We can help.
HOW WE CAN HELP
We Can Appeal Your Denial.
Did you get a lower rating than you expected? Were you told a condition you got in service cannot be service-connected? Been turned down by the Board of Veterans' Appeals?
We may be able to help. Our attorney can appeal your denial to the V.A. or the federal court, if necessary. She has enjoyed tremendous success on behalf of veterans just like you.
Are You Unable to Continue Working?
Our attorney specializes in particularly these claims. Regardless of whether it is getting you a 100% rating, Individual Unemployability, or the VA Disability Pension, she is prepared to and has been successful at pursuing all of these claims.
Often if you are unable to work, you need or have Social Security or SSI Disability benefits. Because our attorney is experienced and knowledgeable in these benefits, as well, she knows how to use your Social Security file to your benefit in obtaining VA Disability benefits, regardless of whether she is the attorney who gets you your Social Security or SSI Disability benefits.
THERE IS NO ATTORNEY FEE, UNTIL WE WIN.
If we win, our attorney fee is 20% of your back pay (the amount you should have been paid by the VA up until the date your case is approved). This means you keep 80% of your back pay and all of your monthly benefits going forward.
For appeals to the federal court--the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims--our goal is to recoup our attorney fees directly from the Department of Veterans Affairs. If for any reason we cannot or what we are able to recoup is less than 20% of your back pay, we will ask that you make up the difference out of your back pay. This means you keep at least 80% of your back pay and all of your monthly benefits going forward.