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Recent Case Results

State attorney rules prohibit of us from listing private case results including if we won and how much we won.  However, these rules do allow the posting of public information.  The Board of Veterans' Appeals (BVA) is the first level in the VA appeal process where the case is reviewed by a judge.  The BVA posts the decisions on it's website and you can search these decisions.  Below is a list of popular types of VA disability claims/appeals.  We have created a link on each of these to the BVA website so that you can search the conditions and our firm and see a list of the recent cases our firm has handled related to that conditions.  All you need to do is click on the condition and then click on the search box (the terms are pre-filled).  For other conditions, just click on "Other conditions" below, add the search term in the box and click search.

**Disclaimer: Past results do not guarantee future performance. Any result in a single case does not constitute a promise, prediction, or guarantee regarding the outcome of any other case. Each case involves many different factors and thus results will vary from case-to-case.**

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Recent Blog Posts

Dec
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On November 2, 2017, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) implemented the Rapid Appeals Modernization Program (RAMP).  RAMP is the first step in the implementation of the appeal reform outlined in the Veterans Appeals Improvement and Modernizati… Read More
Dec
7
The Office of Inspector General (OIG) received an anonymous tip on August 10, 2016 that the Veterans Service Center staff at the Roanoke Regional Office combined appeals to decrease the backup in claims and met production goals by entering false data… Read More
Nov
16
Many veterans assume that if they suffer from two respiratory conditions they can receive separate disability ratings for both. This assumption makes sense from the veteran’s perspective.  After all, respiratory conditions can have vastly differen… Read More

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