Attn: Veterans Pursuing their disability benefits…

Help Prevent Your Disability Benefits From Being Wrongfully Denied With Supporting Medical Evidence

It can be overwhelming for Veterans pursuing disability benefits. Especially when Veterans are not sure about the medical evidence needed to help prove their service-connection.

So, what does this mean for you specifically?

If your medical evidence is not evaluated and presented in an accurate way, the VA can wrongfully deny your claim even though you have a qualifying condition and you are medically and ethically qualified for disability benefits.

Many Veterans have fought for years to get disability benefits, to only feel underrated or get wrongfully denied.

Don’t let discouragement and past frustrations diminish your drive in obtaining the disability benefits that you medically and ethically qualify for.

A higher rating from the VA, which takes into account the full extent of your injury, may substantially increase your rate of monthly and overall compensation.

For example, with a 50% service-connection rating and having four children, your tax-free VA disability check would come out to $1,172.43 each month; that is over $14,000 per year!

What’s more, is for every 10% increase in your VA rating could be worth approximately $100,000 for your lifetime. However, the actual amount of benefits is highly dependent on your age and your VA rated disabilities.

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disclaimer: Results may vary based on individual circumstances.

Confusing regulations and a long process should NEVER stop you from getting the disability benefits you qualify for!

The steps below have helped many Veterans obtain favorable decisions from the VA, even when it felt like the system was rigged against them:

  1. Identify the supporting medical records and evidence that will support your claim per the 38CFR requirements.
  2. Gather and develop all the supporting medical documentation and independent medical opinions the VA needs to help determine eligibility for benefits per the 38CFR.
  3. Properly organize all the written supporting medical evidence to that you can send in with your VA Claim through the correct submission process.

If this seems like a lot for you to handle, you should consider a FREE no-obligation medical review. The medical review could potentially uncover if you could be eligible to receive hundreds or thousands of dollars in additional benefits.

Have confidence in our commitment to use evidence-based medical consulting to support your claim to help give you the best chance to receive all the benefits you are medically and ethically qualified for.

There is zero-risk or obligation for us to understand your situation fully. From the medical review, we often have the ability to determine whether medical evidence can help support your claim.

Your information is 100% confidential, and this call does not affect your claim in any way.

We are available between the hours of 8:30 am – 4:30 pm Eastern time Monday through Friday.

Next Steps In Helping You Get The Benefits You Medically and Ethically Qualify For:

Fill Out The Survey Below

Take a few minutes to tell us who you are, and what your experience has been so far as it relates to securing VA benefits. All information will be kept confidential.

Take Your FREE Medical Self-Assessment

Right after you complete the survey below, you’ll be invited to complete our FREE Medical Self-Assessment to start uncovering your potential disability benefits. 

COMPLETE THE SURVEY TO START YOUR FREE MEDICAL ASSESSMENT!

It only takes a few minutes to find out if you’re eligible for hundreds,
even thousands of dollars in monthly compensation.

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