Hiring a Advocate Increases Chances of Winning a VA Disability Claim

According to the most recent report from the VA’s Board of Veterans’ Appeals, veterans appealing on their own are more than twice as likely to be denied than if they have a advocate (Board of Veterans’ Appeals Report of the Chairman Fiscal Year 2012). According to the report, veterans appealing alone are denied over 34% of the time versus 15% with a advocates.

This is proof from the VA itself that having a advocates makes a big difference — more than doubling the chances of success.

The Best Way to Increase Your Chances of Winning a VA Disability Claim

Increase your chances of winning your VA disability claim having it reviewed by an experienced VA disability advocate. At Veterans Help Group, we have been representing veterans for twenty years and have a proven track records of winning VA disability claims. We encourage you to read more about our advocates for veterans or — for a free consultation — call us at (855) 855-8992 or complete our  free online veterans disability case evaluation form.

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