VA Reports That Having a Veterans Disability Lawyer Nearly Doubles Your Chances of Winning!
According to the VA's Board of Veterans' Appeals, having a lawyer nearly doubles your chances of winning an appeal. (Board of Veterans' Appeals Report 2015). With a lawyer, a veteran has a 39.1% chance of winning. However, going it alone a veteran's chances of winning are only 23.4%.
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Helping Veterans Across The Country
The VA has developed an overwhelmingly complicated claims and appeals process, which inevitably leads to confusion and frustration. There are more than 2,000 pages of regulations and laws, making it unrealistic for anyone to tackle the process on their own. We help veterans from all over the country receive their benefits for a range of disabilities, including:
- Veterans who are unable to work (unemployabilty)
- Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Other mental disorders
- Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
- Agent Orange related conditions
- Physical injuries
Getting Through the VA Disability Claims Process
The first step of this process is to determine whether or not you are eligible to file a claim. Step two is to calculate your disability rating, a way in which we figure out how a disability decreases your ability to earn a living. These disabilities may include PTSD or other mental and physical impairments – anything that inhibits your ability to find employment and support a normal lifestyle.
Navigate the VA Appeals Process
Have you tried navigating the VA appeals process on your own? It has a number of different levels that can makes the process extremely complicated and frustrating. Some cases can go back and forth between these levels as veterans try to get their benefits, forcing them to miss deadlines or add delays an already arduous process. At Bosley & Bratch we can help you get through the entire process.
When should you hire an attorney?
A lawyer can help you at every stage of the process as you seek your VA disability rights. Our highly qualified team of attorneys are AV® rated by Martindale-Hubbell®, a national attorney rating service, to ensure you get the help you need. Whether you’re just starting the application process or filing an appeal, you may need an attorney. We can help you:
- Increase the chances of winning your appeal.
- Find the relevant information in the 2,000+ pages of VA regulations and laws.
- Gather the necessary evidence, obtain witness statements, and work with physicians and medical or psychological experts not associated with the VA to get the records and reports we need.
- Find out if the VA will pay a portion of our fees if your case goes to the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims and is successful.
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