Will hiring a veteran disability advocate increase my chances of winning?

Yes, according to the most recent report from the VA’s Board of Veterans’ Appeals, using a advocate increases the chance of winning an appeal more than using Disabled American Veterans (DAV) or other service organization representative, or not using any advocate at all. (Board of Veterans’ Appeals Report of the Chairman Fiscal Year 2013). (Note: this is not a guarantee of success, every claim is different and results vary.)

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We Can Help You With Your VA Case Regardless Of Where You Live

We Can Help You With Your VA Case Regardless Of Where You Live

When most people consider hiring an advocate they typically think that they need to find a one that is nearby.  The same city, county or metro or even state probably comes to mind.  People think this for various reasons including the knowledge of the law in...

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