Virginia Veterans Disability Advocate

Veteran Advocate Helping Virginia Veterans

Are you a veteran looking to apply for VA disability benefits in Virginia? Are you seeking to file an appeal for a denied claim? If so, it is important that you understand the challenges and hurdles you face during the VA disability claim and appeal process. Rife with complexities, barriers, high denial rates, and dense VA regulations that span more than 2,000 pages, VA disability procedures are difficult – not to mention an overwhelming and frustrating endeavor for those who are already grappling with the struggles and strains that come with physical or psychological disabilities. Fortunately, you can take comfort knowing that statistics confirm that working with an advocate can increase your chances for success. In fact, a recent report from the VA Board of Veterans’ Appeals confirm that when veterans appeal their own disability claim without an advocate, they are more than twice as likely to be denied than if they were to have an advocate (Board of Veterans’ Appeals Report of the Chairman).

Knowing the challenges you face during these difficult times and tough proceedings can help you better understand the importance of working with seasoned, proven, and passionate Virginia veterans disability advocates. At veteran-owned a firm Veterans Help Group, our advocates – most of whom are veterans themselves – know full well the struggles you face. With decades of combined legal experience and an unrelenting commitment to clients, we strive toward helping veterans obtain the benefits they deserve. When you choose to work with our firm, you can be confident that highly capable and sincerely compassionate legal minds will be on your side.

How Veterans Help Group Can Help

With extensive experience, resources, and insight under our belts, our firm has been able to help thousands of veterans throughout the nation obtain the VA disability benefits they need. We know that the pressures you face can be immense – and can very well be faced by your family as well – and we offer all Virginia veterans 100% of our commitment and our intent to work tirelessly on their behalf. No matter what your case may be and regardless of what your particular needs are, we are here to review your case and inform you of the ways in which we may be of assistance.

Our wide range of knowledge and insight in the VA claim and appeal process enables our legal team to handle nearly the full spectrum of VA disability concerns and many types of VA disability claims. We help veterans who have suffered Agent Orange related conditions, Camp Lejeune contaminationphysical injuriespost-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and various mental disorders.

Place Your Trust in a Proven Firm

Our legal team takes pride in the fact that we provide comprehensive services and earnest advocacy that has proven to make a profound difference in the lives of veterans and their families. We know that our positive testimonials from past clients , our strong case history speaks volumes about our legal abilities. We also know, however, that our unmatched passion for helping fellow veterans makes us a strong and trustworthy candidate in your search for legal representation. We want our clients to be confident about placing their trust in our firm, therefore, we also offer free case evaluations. We work on a conditional fee agreement, meaning that if we don’t win, you don’t pay.

By reaching out to a Virginia veterans disability advocate from our firm, you can find the personalized information you need to understand your claim, your rights, and how our firm can help. We firmly believe that veterans risk the ultimate sacrifice when choosing to serve our country, and we believe – even more strongly – that they deserve assistance during their times of need. If you or your loved one would like to discuss your particular case – whether it is a first-time claim or appeal – please do not hesitate to place your trust in a proven firm. Contact a veterans disability advocate from Veterans Help Group for the help and support you deserve.

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