Are you a veteran who has received a denial on a disability claim with the Veterans Affairs Office?
It’s important to know you haven’t met the “end of the road” because there are legitimate appeal methods, provided you secure effective guidance to navigate past the red tape. We’d like to remind you of the many advantages of hiring one of our attorneys to win your appeal claim. It makes a world of difference in improving your probability of a favorable appeal with the VA.
The Process is Complex - Almost all legal processes are complicated. Whether you need to fight a workers’ compensation dispute, sue for property damages, or reverse a disability denial, legal sponsorship is almost mandatory. There are three important elements that go into forming a valid case. First, veterans have to demonstrate they have a medical diagnosis for either a physical or psychological disability. Second, you would have to prove that the injury or illness came from your military service. Finally, there must be a “medical nexus” between the two. As you might have guessed, this can be contentious, especially if medical professionals or insurance companies dispute anything.
Appealing By Yourself Offers Lower Chances of Winning - It is possible to win an appeal on your own, but the numbers don’t lie: more veterans receive denials nowadays, and it takes a long time to get an answer. Even if you feel confident about appealing on your own, it’s more efficient to arm yourself with the assistance of someone who knows how to get the VA to respond quicker.
We Offer More Than Basic Non-Profit Support - That’s because Veterans Affairs Law has a full-time staff of lawyers dedicated to veteran-related litigation. Our service is specialized and personalized. Plus, if you hire a reliable attorney (working with us), then there’s a solid chance of rectifying everything without even going to court.
This is just a quick preview of what we can do to expedite your appeal claim through the long and frustrating VA process. Our goal is to help veterans gain the disability benefits, service awards, or survivor benefits they have coming to them after years of service.
Veterans Affairs Law serves military veterans around Florida from our location in Sarasota, Florida. If you’d like to learn more or get help with filing a claim, then call us today at 941-552-6677.
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