Injured in the Service of Your Country?
You've done your duty for your country, but now you're facing serious health problems. If you're like thousands of other veterans, you know that the Department of Veteran Affairs offers monthly, non-taxable benefits. You probably also know that getting those benefits isn't as simple as it sounds.
Military veterans seeking benefits often run into months and even years of government forms, medical exams and bureaucratic red tape. It may seem as if those benefits will never come. But disabled veterans who are still fighting for compensation should not give up — the VA-accredited claims agents at The Rep for Vets® offer the help they need. Our claims agents represent veterans in the United States in their cases before the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Get Help Obtaining the Benefits You've Earned
Our claims agents are independently accredited by the Department of Veterans Affairs, and offer effective, knowledgeable and understanding representation to our nation's veterans. They believe that veterans have earned the benefits the government provides, so they are dedicated to helping veterans get the disability benefits to which they are entitled.
At The Rep For Vets®, our highly qualified claims agents use the latest technology, including a state-of-the-art national computer system, to provide fast and accurate services for clients throughout the United States. As a result, clients nationwide, including veterans of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and Coast Guard, receive efficient and effective service.
Contact The Rep For Vets®
Many vets turn to advocates and lawyers for help with a VA disability claim. However, if you are a veteran suffering from a service related injury or disease, your best choice is to talk with one of our VA-accredited claims agents about your disability claim. Claims agents serve vets throughout the U. S. from headquarters in Tampa, Florida. Call 888-573-7838 to learn more. You may also complete the online contact form for a free initial consultation.
Your initial application has been denied. Now you're faced with a choice: Should you file a new application or appeal the application that has been denied? Experienced claims agents know that an appeal is almost always the better choice. Since retroactive benefits are typically paid from the date of your application, an earlier application date usually means higher retroactive amounts. So if you file a new application instead of appealing the denial from an earlier application, you could lose out on thousands of dollars in benefits that should be yours.
The Rep for Vets is not affiliated with or funded by the Department of Veterans Affairs