Veterans' Disability Benefits Appeal

Did you make a claim for disability and were denied or given a low percentage? 

If your answer is YES, then you've come to the right place. We focus on helping Veterans who have had their claims denied or veterans who believe that their percentage should be higher.

So, what's next?

  1. We need to make a strategic plan to show that your disability is service connected. We have many years of experience and are here to make the process smooth and easy.

  2. We need to gather enough evidence to get the highest percentage possible for you. You fought for this country, you deserve it. 

  3. THE MOST IMPORTANT STEP: To establish the Effective Date (the date from which your benefits may begin). This can be a tedious process so do not hesitate in contacting us to answer any questions you may have.

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