Dear Secretary McDonald, Thank you for the opportunity to share some of my thoughts with you about the Department of Veterans Affairs. I have chosen an open-air forum because I know millions of other disabled veterans feel just as passionate about these ideas as I do, plus I also wish for all Americans to hear […] View More ›
Some veterans swear by their VSO, because their representative was able to perform relatively simple duties to get the veteran an acceptable disability rating. Most veterans, however, are not satisfied with their VSOs, but were not able to secure a competent attorney to represent them, so they stuck with the VSO throughout the appeals process. […] View More ›
Why should I hire a VA-accredited attorney when my Veterans Service Organization has guys who will help me for free? Simply put, you get what you pay for. VSOs have many officers and representatives on staff to assist veterans on all levels. However, these VSO representatives are not well trained, they do not possess the […] View More ›
If you do not have a complete copy of your military service record and medical records, then please read this article. You may think you do not need them now, but nearly everyone does as they get older and apply for VA benefits. Without them, your VA claims case could be lost well before you […] View More ›
It may seem a pain to document every little detail, but you’ll be grateful when you’re separated from the military and are seeking VA disability benefits. Believe it or not, the devil is in the details, and the VA will use the details against you at every turn.