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For Attorneys

The veterans disability attorneys of Bosley & Bratch regularly work on a co-counsel basis with attorneys and agents nationwide who refer cases to our firm. We can assist with hearings, briefing, appeals to the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (CAVC), etc.

We also welcome referrals from attorneys or agents who are retiring or leaving the practice of VA law for other reasons and will aid them in the transition. As the popularity of VA disability has increased a number of lawyers and law firms have entered the field only to find out that for a variety of reasons that they do not want to continue. We have worked with a number of law firms in this situation and offer creative solutions to helping not only with existing cases but in setting up a referral system so the firm can continue to receive an ongoing financial incentive.

Since 1995, Bosley & Bratch has capably helped thousands of veterans and their dependents nationwide obtain a wide range of disability and other benefits. We represent veterans in VA disability claims at all levels including the local Regional Office agency level, Board of Veterans Appeals (BVA), and even the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (CAVC). 

Over those years, we have become familiar with the intricacies of the Department of Veterans Affairs and Department of Defense laws and regulations. In addition, we have developed an extensive network of medical, mental health and vocational consultants who provide the expertise necessary to pursue these claims.

If you would like to speak with us regarding a referral, a co-counsel relationship or local representation, please contact Ralph Bratch at (800) 953-6224.

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